Now’s the time to change your closet. The boxes of tank tops, shorts, and dresses have been soaking up that basement smell for months. Before they hit the hangers, freshen them up with Dryel. It’s way cheaper than a dry cleaner and super convenient; there’s no excuse not to do your whole summer wardrobe.
Speaking of Spring, here’s a little secret that will take your Spring Cleaning from simmer to broil. Dryel can be used to freshen pillows and blankets. When the down comforter gets sent to storage, give the summer covers a basement smell erasing refresh before hitting the bed.
Despite our best efforts, you can’t Dryel EVERYTHING. Here’s a small list of Spring Cleaning hacks that will save you time and money:
Fill a sandwich bag with vinegar, secure it around the showerhead with some tape or rubber bands, and let it sit overnight. Just don’t forget to run the shower for a minute in the morning, or you’ll spend the day smelling like a cobb salad.
It’s not just for washing windows. Use a squeegee to pull pet hair out of carpet. The rubber edge grabs the hair and makes little piles that are easy to pick up. It also leaves your vacuum cleaner sad and wondering why you never call anymore.
Cut a lemon in half and wipe it on faucets to remove hard water marks. Your faucets will sparkle and smell lemony fresh. Plus, the extra Vitamin C will keep your faucets from getting sick.
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