Saving Money with Dryel

Disclosure: I am a Dryel Brand ambassador and have received free products and compensation for this post. The opinions are my own.


With the holiday season upon us,  we could all use a few money saving and time saving tips!  Using Dryel at home for your dry cleaning needs is one way to save money and get your clothes cleaned with convenience!  (And you’ll have more money to spend on Christmas gifts for the family and yourself!)Zig Zag Scarf

Getting the Winter Wardrobe Ready!

Since it just finally started getting cold in my area of the country, I recently rearranged my closets and dug out my winter clothes; that’s everything from my favorite sweaters, to scarves and pajamas.  While many things are ready to wear, I usually find that many things need to be freshened after being stored away in a drawer or the back of a closet for 6 months.

It’s quite easy for me to throw winter pajamas in the washing machine, and I can even wash most of my sweaters this way as well (on gentle cycle, of course!).  But scarves and even some of my sweaters can’t just be washed.  Dryel helps me to freshen up all of these items;  all I need is a free day to do the work!

It’s convenient, because I don’t have to load up all my stuff and drive it to the cleaners, and then go a few days later to pick it up.  And I save money, because I don’t to pay $2-$3 per item!

Dryel only costs about 25 cents per garment!  (And it also saves me even more money, because I don’t have to worry about my clothes fading or shrinking in the washing machine before I even get to wear them this season!)

Gary and Jerri Outside

So whether your breaking out your winter wardrobe, getting ready for family photos, or preparing for the big Christmas party, you can save yourself time and money with Dryel!


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