@Dryel, and prom 2017.

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It is prom season and girls are hitting the stores to find the perfect dress. Among all the sequins, beads, tulle and satin are potential cleaning challenges that can drive up the cost of the gown to almost more than the original purchase price.

Dryel is an in-home product that cleans and deodorizes clothing that is typically taken to the dry cleaner. Turning your family dryer into your very own dry cleaner. It is tough enough to work on a construction workers clothing and gentle enough to care for your precious prom gown. Dryel safely cleans clothes with no fading, stretching or shrinking. Even on cashmere and wool. Pretty impressive!

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Here’s the process:

  1. If the garment is soiled or stained, pre-treat it with Dryel® Booster Spray. Add 1-5 items and 1 ULTRAcleaning™ cloth to the reusable fabric protection bag, sold in the Dryel Starter Kit.
  2. Tumble in the dryer on medium heat for 15 minutes to renew and refresh, or for 30 minutes to deep clean.
  3. Remove promptly and hang to help wrinkles fall out.
***The bag creates a temperature controlled environment that works to renew and refresh clothing, bedding and your adored dress. On top of all this, it is reusable for up to thirty loads

Skip the expense of dry cleaning, frustration of incredible shrinking clothes and the headaches associated with ruining your clothes!

The starter kit MSRP $9.99. Refill kit MSRP $9.99. Dryel is available at major retailers everywhere.  Follow Dryel on social media: twitter – @dryel, https://www.facebook.com/dryel, https://www.instagram.com/dryelbrand/

In any case, have fun shopping and do select the dress that you love. Have the best time of your life and celebrate the heck out of that dress and happily wear it again. You will have the fun memories to remember for years!

I am a Dryel Ambassador and received product for editorial review. Opinions stated are my own.

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