2008 November 6

Try a dry cleaning kit!

In these difficult times we’re all thinking about saving money. What about cutting your dry cleaning bills?

If you’re looking for cheap dry-cleaning, the Hagerty Dry Cleaning Kit could be the perfect answer. It works by utilising your own tumble dryer.

First you use the supplied special stain-removing cloth to spot clean any marks, on the clothing, then you simply put your garments, the cloth and the bag in the tumble dryer. The heat of the dryer activates the chemicals impregnated in the cloth and they gently clean and freshen your clothing. It can be used on virtually any item from a tie, or dress right up to a coat.

The advantages of the kit are clear: for a cost of £8.99 it can clean up to 16 items in total. I don’t think there are any high street dry cleaners who charge 56p per garment! In addition to the cost saving, there’s the time element you don’t have to go out to the shops twice to drop off and then collect your clothing. There is one downside though: although the kit will clean your clothes, you may still need to get them pressed, or iron them yourself.

I haven’t used the kit myself yet, but if it works as well as Hagerty claim, it will be flying off the shelves in the next few months.

The Hagerty Dry Cleaning kit is available from Lakeland and costs £8.99 plus delivery.

If you’ve have had a good experience with the kit please let me know and I’ll share it with other readers.



1 Comment | Add your own
  • Heather&hellip
    October 18th, 2013 at 2:18 am

    _Save a fortune on dry cleaning | Polo Shirts Blog_
    was in fact quite engaging and useful! In the present day society honestly, that is challenging to deliver.
    Thx, Dominic

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