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July 27, 2005


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Or buy a good quality steammer. They can take wrinkles and small dirt out of garments between dry cleannings.

It used to be that Woolite could be used to wash many dry clean only clothes. Alas they changed it to a heavily perfumed product. Even the "original"(sic) Woolite is not the original but is also perfumed. Maybe somewhere out there is a Woolite substitute that is not perfumed.

I come from a long line of seamstresses. I learned from them that as long as the fabric doesn't have acetate, you can wash it in cold water, gentle cycle, hang dry. I've done this many times, and it works. The only thing I have never gotten the guts to try this trick with is a 100% wool suit. However, it works great with those fuzzy wool coats.

I love using home dry cleaning kits. I use Dryel and also Dry Cleaner's Secret. I love the results and haven't paid more than $2 to dry clean a piece of clothing since 2008.

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