The Insider with Jossette RiveraDo you want your clothes as they came out of the dry cleaners, but without spending a peso? The Insider brings you the best tips so that you can forget about dry cleaning once and for all and save a little money along the way.By: JossetteRivera G., Jan 20, 2022 – 12:54 PM ESTReactShareLoading Video.. .
Price: $8.99Use them every time you put the washing machine to avoid friction. The editor says: If you still don't know what can and can't be washed at home, make sure with the Q-tip test. In a part of the garment that cannot be seen, put a little soap and water, and rub with a Q-tip; if the fabric fades, then it does have to go to the dry cleaner.
Price: $19.00It is scent free, does not contain petroleum, phosphate, phthalates or artificial colors. It's dermatologist-tested and free of animal ingredients. Editor's Opinion: You only need a drop of this cleanser to make red wine, coffee (or whatever) stains disappear.
Price: $39.99It includes 5 trays and is useful for hanging clothes horizontally. It is foldable and has wheels that make it easy to transport. The editor's opinion: To prevent a sweater from becoming ugly, you have to dry it horizontally. This rack will help you do it without maneuvering too much.
Price: $20.93They are used to clean and refresh fine fabric garments. They do not shrink, stretch or discolor clothing. Editor Says: Using these wipes is super easy. First you use the instant wipes on the stain and then you put the clothes in the dryer with a sheet of Woolite that removes odors and freshens. Extra tip: Always try to remove the sheet a few minutes before the washing machine finishes drying, and finish by hanging the garment.
Price: $49.00Forget wrinkles using this product, which includes a fabric brush, a travel steamer and has an automatic shutdown, for greater safety. The editor says: Stop sending clothes to the dry cleaners, that is solved with a steamer or iron steam. Just check the garment for stains, as the steam could cause them to seal into the fabric. Avoid burns by wearing protective gloves.
Price: $114.99-$998.00They are semi-professionals and specialize in washing, ironing and sanitizing garments in a short time. The editor opines: This is a desperate measure. Only apply it if you plan to send a lot of clothes to the dry cleaner.
Each of the products featured here has been independently selected and under the discretion and supervision of this obsessive editor.
Take into account that the prices referred to are accurate as of the publication date of this article, January 20, 2022, and may be subject to change.ReactShareRELATED: The Insider with Jossette Rivera•Shopping•Fashion Tips•Lifestyle•Beauty and Fashion•