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I saw the Real Simple wrinkle remover fly out hte door and I kept wondering how we could make it ourselves  I spent a little time investigating and so far I have found two formulas  Now I havent tried them but I will 

 

One fourth cup vinegar  one fourth cup water 3 T of fabric softener

 

next one

 

8 oz of distilled water   1 t  rubbing alchohol  1  t fabric softener

 

I will get back to you   I dont have liquid fabric softener 

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

No formulas needed if you go old school.....

 

Run a hot shower, hang your wrinkled clothing items in the bathroom.

 

The steam will remove the wrinkles.

 

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

'My Little Steamer' works really good, too, ....no chemicals just water.

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

@SilleeMee


@SilleeMeewrote:

'My Little Steamer' works really good, too, ....no chemicals just water.


   I love the My Little Steamer.I use it all the time!! It gets the job done quickly.

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

 My daughter uses the Downy Wrinkle Release.  It works well.

 

I won't use it or touch it because I had a severe reaction to Downy Fabric Softener years ago and don't want to take a chance.

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

Nothing works as effectively as a good old fashioned iron. 

 

Seems to me people jump through such hoops, when a simple pressing with an iron will do it better and just as fast. 

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

Right on @Mominohio Ms O-H, I totally agree that I can use my Rowenta to steam or iron or both from Pink Ms I-O.

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

I have found that for wrinkles in some cases, just use a spray bottle with water.  

 

I hang them on hangers, spray and sometimes give the clothes a good firm shake and once dry, the wrinkles are either no longer viewable.  

 

Nothing beats a pressed shirt, but I no longer have the desire or time to iron.



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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes

My dryer has a setting to remove wrinkles in clothes. It sprays a bit of water while drying and my clothes come out so nice I never have to us an iron!

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Re: wrinkle remover for clothes


@ID2wrote:

My dryer has a setting to remove wrinkles in clothes. It sprays a bit of water while drying and my clothes come out so nice I never have to us an iron!


 

@ID2  That sounds wonderful!  What kind of dryer do you have?  I would like to remember this when I need to replace mine.


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