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How to Remove Wrinkles Easily ~ #NoIronRequired #LookinGood #SprayTugSmooth


How do you remove wrinkles from your clothing? I've always said there's two kinds of people in the world. Those who love to iron their clothes, and those who do not. I've since changed that saying, since there's 3. I fall in the middle. While I hate ironing my clothes, I'm also not a fan of wrinkles so try and find easy ways to get rid of them without the use of an iron.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus. All opinions are 100% mine.

There is nothing worse than getting ready to go out only to find out that your clothing is filled with wrinkles. While I hate ironing, I also hate doing laundry on a whole and only do it or else have nothing to wear. While I've mastered the art of wrinkled clothing, there are a few times when I actually do have to have my clothes wrinkle free when going out. While you wouldn't find me wearing wrinkled clothing to church, you may find me dropping off my daughter to school in a wrinkled tee. Don't judge me! I have more valuable things to do with my time than iron a tee before I leave the house to drop off my child to school. Here are 4 ways to get rid of wrinkles easily.


Ironing
You knew that ironing was going to be on my list. After all, I just spoke about it earlier. It was the way I was taught when I was younger, by my mother. She would iron every single piece of clothing that was washed, then she would fold and put them away. However, there are many homes that do not own an iron. While I'm not one of those homes, ironing is not something that I love doing but it's effective.

Remove Clothes Immediately from Dryer
How many of you have gone to get your clothes from the dryer only to realize that it stopped hours ago? If you can remove your clothes immediately from the dryer and fold or hang immediately, that will eliminate many of the wrinkles that you see when you're late in getting them. However, how many of you can actually do that? Not me! I still haven't perfected the art of knowing when the dryer has completely finished.  You can however set a phone alarm or reminder to let you know when your dryer has stopped, allowing you to remove your clothing immediately.

Use Your Dryer
I'm going to admit that "wrinkle away" feature was always on rotation on my dryer. Since I hate folding laundry, I would take my my clothes and either put them in my dresser or sometimes even keep them in my laundry basket. When I'm ready to wear them, they're usually full of wrinkles so I would put them in the dryer on the "wrinkle away" option and that has worked. However, depending on how new your dryer is, it may take some time to get those wrinkles out.



Use Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus
Did you know that you can use the Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus to get those wrinkles out? It can be done in 3 simple steps which makes it also super easy to use. Just spray your clothing that you need the wrinkles removed in a sweeping motion until just slightly damp. If the wrinkles are severe or it's a heavy fabric you may need to use more. Simply tug and smooth away the wrinkles and hang to dry. Voila! You're done! Doesn't get any easier than that, does it?

Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus is not only easy to use, but reduces my need to iron while keeping my clothing looking neat. It can however be used for more than just removing wrinkles. It can be used as an odor eliminator, wrinkle spray, fabric refresher, static remover, ironing aid and is perfect for travel. Try it on your curtains, tablecloths, sheets, pillowcases and whatever you can think of.


You can purchase your very own Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus at your local Target, Kroger, Walmart, Walgreens, Publix, Amazon and many other regional grocery stores. Find a store and get Downy coupons and offers.


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Annmarie John
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23 comments:

  1. I seriously DO NOT like ironing clothes! I need to pick this up!

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  2. Quite nice tips! Have never heard of these products! Thanks;)

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  3. This doesn't exist in Germany! mind sending some my way? hehehe

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  4. Oh wow! I never knew this existed! Thank you so much for this post because I most DEF will be making this purchase!

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  5. I am so not a fan of ironing and have never been. My husband totally is the one that irons here for us. But am going to try to find this spray now for me to use when he isn't around to iron. So thanks!! :)

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  6. I actually despise ironing so this sounds like the perfect product for me! Anytime I can get away without ironing I take it!!

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  7. I always loved the Downy Wrinkle Release, was a life-saver when I was in college and had no access to an iron or dryer. I also haaaate ironing clothes or having to put them in the dryer, so I either use something like this, wear it wrinkled, or toss it in my towel warming bin for a few minutes.

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  8. So great post!Thanks for sharing this!I never knew this existed!

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  9. I haven't seen this product in supermarkets here in the Philippines! Would love to give this a try, as I'm a big fan of Downy's line of fabric conditioners. :)

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  10. How awesome that a product like this one exists! Ironing is the literal worst!

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  11. Wait what?? No ironing required or anything? Just spray and tug?? I need to try this asap!

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  12. I'm definitely trying this! I hate ironing and just don't do it! This would be great to travel with.

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  13. I didn't know about this miracle product. do you know if it's available in the UK?

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  14. I need this for travelling! My stuff always gets so wrinkled, and then I have to iron in the hotel room...

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  15. I hate ironing clothes and I tried this spray but it didn't work well for any of my clothes unfortunately.

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  16. Downy Wrinkle Remover Plus sounds like something I am going to have to pick up. I love that you can use it to remove stains and remove wrinkles as well as other things. Thanks for sharing the information.

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  17. Wow! Such a quite nice product. No ironing required and after that no wrinkles. Wow!! I'm definitely try this downy wrinkles remover

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  18. I have a confession... I pretty much NEVER iron! Too dang busy for that, so I will need this awesome wrinkle remover spray stat! thanks for the heads up : )

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  19. We use this and I have a bottle in my travel bag at all times. I even use it if I end up in a musty room as an air freshener

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  20. This sounds great. It saves time, money, and effort of ironing clothes. Thumbs up!

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  21. This is an awesome product. I have been struggling with some of my shirts and no matter what I do I cannot iron them.

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  22. Thanks for the great ideas to remove wrinkles from clothing. I am not big on ironing but I do that when necessary but this gives me some other time saving methods.

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  23. I haven't used Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus yet. I may have to get this next time I go to the store. I try to pull my clothes out of the dryer quickly but they still end up wrinkles sometimes.

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