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Homemade Dry Cleaning Sheets?

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I searched the site and I'm sure that I have just not seen it. Does anybody have a recipe or solution for homemade Dryel sheets? I'm tired of spending all the money to dry clean hubby's shirts. Help?
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You can just wash them in the washing machine. That's what the dry cleaner does for dress shirts. I wouldn't personally use dryel or equivalent for dress shirts, because they need to actually be laundered first before pressing. Or maybe you're talking about suits or something? Something you can't wash in the washing machine? Not sure...

If you're talking about the pressing...and you don't like to iron, maybe get some wrinkle free shirts? I've got a bunch from Brooks Brothers, LandsEnd and JCPenney for Dh and they're really great. Sometimes don't need to be ironed at all. I toss them in the dryer for a few minutes after washing and pull them out damp and put them on a hanger. Some need a little touch up with an iron but not bad at all.
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