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Clothes and Wrinkles -Great 911 Product

Updated on October 3, 2011

Make Your Morning Easier

If you are like me, all mornings are not created equal. I am talking about the mornings where all goes wrong including the hangar crease on your slacks. If this happens, even occasionally to you then this is the product you must have. You might even want a mini for your car and for your suitcase.

Outsmarting the Morning Disaster

Try as I might the Monday morning rush is on me before I know it. Without fail, I’ll end up with slacks thay have creases or a blouse that was pressed against other clothing in the closet and has a diagional fold right across the chest.

Ninety-five percent of the outfits I pick out are fine, but when all eyes travel to the big wrinkle first, I know I am in trouble. I always have the Wrinkle Remover on hand. It only takes a quick squirt, and you are good to go. Make sure it is a light spray. You don’t want to soak yourself with the product. By the time you get to where you are going the wrinkle has disappeared.

I Know You Are Suppose to Read Directions

Now, I do admit the can says to spray the piece of clothing on the hangar and let dry before putting the garment on, but I usually don’t see the problem until I am on my way out the door. I do try to remember to spot check to see if the product will hurt the fabric. If I can remember when I buy the item, especially high quality tops and blouses, I'll do the test before I put it in the closet, but I have yet to see a fabric fade. I buy washable clothing. If you tend to buy dry clean only garments, I would be very careful to test before you spray.

Looking Put Together

The cans are a little pricey, but I have had the same can for over a year, maybe more. I think they have come out with new packaging since the last time I purchased a new can. You can find it in the grocery store with the laundry products. Oh, I almost forgot, even though there are other products out there for static cling, I have used this product for static and it works just fine.

Think about traveling. Wouldn’t it be nice to go to dinner without looking like a wrinkled tourist?

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      Tim Mitchell 

      7 years ago from Escondido, CA

      thanks. I did know this existed. I'm putting it on my shopping list.


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