How to Use
If you have ever traveled, you know the frustration of opening up a suitcase and finding wrinkled clothes. With Downy Wrinkle Releaser, you can spray your clothes, wait awhile, and put them on. Downy Wrinkle Releaser does what its name implies; it releases the wrinkles, relaxes the fabric fibers and softens the clothes. The product comes in a spray bottle for easy application. Spray the clothes in a sweeping motion until they are slightly damp. While you are spraying, pull on the clothes both lengthwise and widthwise to help remove the wrinkles. Smooth the fabric as you spray. For best results, let the clothes hang for a few hours, but if time doesn't permit the wait, you can put them on as soon as they are dry. The spray does not leave a residue and can be used on dry-clean-only garments.
Shirts, dresses and pants work best if put on a hanger. Sweaters, shorts and children's clothing works best on a flat surface. You can use Downy Wrinkle Releaser on clothes as they come out of the dryer. If you want a finished look, use it while you iron your clothes instead of a starch that makes your clothes stiff. Downy Wrinkle Releaser works great on linens such as napkins and tablecloths that have been stored. Try spraying it on sheets and pillowcases. Downy Wrinkle Releaser will take out the crease in folded linens or clothes. If you have curtains that need a pick me up, spray the releaser right on the curtains as they hang on the window.
Because college students never want to take the time to iron, Downy Wrinkle Releaser is great for the dorm room. It's also great to stash in your gym bag. After exercising, give your street clothes a quick sweep if you have to go back to work or hit the stores. It's great for travel and comes in a 3-ounce travel size that is airport security approved. Downy Wrinkle Releaser is also available in 500 milliliters and 1,000 milliliters spray bottles.