Tuesday, 23 December 2008

From The Thrift Book

When I read about this thrifty home dry cleaning system in The Thrift Book I knew I had to try and see whether it would do as it said because I spend a fortune on dry cleaning my suits for work


I can confirm it does having removed one of my suit jackets from the tumble dryer


I will point out that the 56p per garment price quoted isn't realistic as the maximum recommended items you can do at a time is 4 and that's for lingerie and you must add P&P into the cost but it'll definitely work out cheaper and means I can clean them more frequently


Tonight I'll be giving my coat a dry clean


Let me know if you try it


6 comments:

MelMel said...

what a fab idea!
Must get some of that!

Happy christmas hun...have a wonderful day!xxxx

Natasha Burns said...

Wow that sounds interesting Victoria! Anything that gets the costs down and actually works has to be a bonus!
Have a lovely Christmas!
Natasha : )

MelMel said...

It turned out very well.....and cost me nothing!

tho i do have to buy some more stuffing now...!


Hugs
Melxx

P.S...will you be going to the Harrods sale?

Marie Antionette said...

I use to have things dry cleaned all the time,I don't anymore ,thank God.Anyway I thought I would drop by and say Merry Christmas to you and hope your New Year is bright.Hugs Marie Antionette

Bella Foxx said...

We have a similar product here, it works quite well too. It also has a spot cleaning solution that works well too.

Lisa said...

Victoria,
Just wanted to swing by and wish you a very Merry Christmas. I hope Santa is good to you!