Nobody likes to wear wrinkled clothes, and sometimes you may not have time to iron or steam them. Other times, you may not have an iron or steamer available. That's why I love wrinkle releaser! This easy tutorial will show you How to Make DIY Wrinkle Releaser Spray that will quickly remove wrinkles from your clothing...no ironing necessary!
This homemade wrinkle releaser has saved me so many times when I am in a hurry. You can make it in just a few minutes using items you probably already have at home, and it smells good too! It will take the wrinkles out of your clothes without the use of an iron or steamer, which makes this girl sooo happy because I detest ironing. You simply spray your clothes with the wrinkle releaser, then gently tug your item to help remove the wrinkles. Sometimes I do this, then throw my item in the dryer for a few minutes just to fluff it a little as well, but you don't have to!
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What's in DIY Wrinkle Releaser?
- 1 ¾ cup of water
- 1 tablespoon of distilled white vinegar ( Purchase HERE )
- 1 teaspoon of hair conditioner...any will work!
- Spray bottle ( Purchase Glass HERE ) ( Purchase Plastic HERE )
Time needed: 3 minutes.
How to Make Wrinkle Releaser Spray
- Gather your ingredients.
- Add 1 ¾ cups of warm water to a spray bottle.
- Pour in 1 tablespoon of distilled white vinegar
- Add 1 teaspoon of hair conditioner.
- Shake well.
- Spray clothing with wrinkle release spray.
- Gently tug clothing from both sides, helping to release wrinkles.
You can let the wrinkle releaser air dry for a few minutes or pop in the dryer for a few minutes if you like, but it isn't necessary.
Jeni Benton says
Can this wrinkle release spray be used on all types of fabrics?
I use one ingredient; fabric softener and just dilute it. I don’t want vinegar (smell) on my clothes.
I usually agree with and use, all your tips but I’m not crazy about this one
I discovered long ago that some hair conditioner is exactly the same as the blue fabric softener, maybe scented differently.
Veronica Saunders says
After reading the amount of chemicals and what they are, I stopped using fabric softener..
I replaced fabric softner with white vinegar in my washing machine rinse water about 15 years ago... Clothes do not smell of vinegar it disappears..... I also use vinegar, water and a couple of drops of dish washing detergent and couple of drops of essential oil (not always) to clean my bench tops and bathroom.... Nothing smells of vinegar as it disappears in a couple of seconds.... Plenty of recipes on line....
Edward Donahue says
This works great! No vinegar smell either!!
Thank you. Haven't heard from you for awhile.
Tried this "wrinkle releaser" today and it works a treat. Thank you
Doris Bianchi says
What is the name brand of hair conditioner you use. I am not familiar with the hair conditioner products.
Sheri H says
I just made this mixture and it worked great on my dress! I'm so happy that I found something so easy to make with things I have in my home. Thank you so much!