A: Do not use Dryel on leather, velvet, suede, fur, silk or rayon. Always test garments for colorfastness before use (per their website).
A: Do not use Dryel on leather, velvet, suede, fur, silk or rayon. Always test garments for colorfastness before use (per their website)
A: The bag is 25" X 25". It might hold one drape at a time folded
A: The bag will hold 3-5 shirts, I do not think drapes that large would fit.
A: I believe a single bulky item would fit.
A: Yes-- but not a full length coat
A: Dryel can be used on wool however we recommend following directions for that article of clothing.
A: Hello, Dryel is safe to use on the following fabrics: Cotton, Wool, Cashmere, Polyester, silk, Rayon, Linen, Nylon, Ramie, Acrylic, Sequins, Synthetics, and more.
A: Hello, we recommend no more than 5 garments at a time. Dryel does not help prevent fading of any kind.
A: Yes, we are new owners since Dec. 2021 however we understand that the formula has been updated since ’08. The product gets good reviews and we do not receive consumer complaints regarding the smell.
A: Dryel is not considered an antibacterial/disinfectant. It removes stains and odors, however, depending on the situation, we would recommend having the items dry cleaned to protect yourself from the exposure.
A: We recommend that you do not fill the bag more than halfway full to ensure that the items and cleaning cloth have room to tumble freely. For larger items that may not fit in the fabric care bag, we recommend placing the item directly into the dryer. We also recommend using two Cleaning Cloths so that there is enough steam produced to fill the dryer and to avoid the single cloth from drying out too quickly. Only fill the dryer halfway to ensure that the item and cleaning cloth have enough room to tumble freely. If the dryer is too full, the cloth has the potential to sit in one place for too long and this can cause water spots (which can be removed with additional steps). When not using the Dryel fabric care bag, please note that there is no added protection from shrinking, fading, and stretching from the heat of your dryer. The fabric protection bag is reusable and should be replaced after 25-30 uses. We suggest keeping the fabric protection bag clean and dry between uses to ensure the bag remains breathable and to avoid bacteria and other unwanted bacteria from growing inside! Using a clean cloth to wipe out the inside of the bag and/or storing it inside out between uses can be very helpful. If you need to wash the Dryel bag, we recommend doing so on a gentle or delicate cycle.
A: When using Dryel, the heat of your dryer activates the cleaning solution in the Cleaning Cloths to release a steam that removes body soils and odors from the fabrics. The Fabric Protection Bag maintains the optimal balance of cleaning agents and heat, allowing the steam to penetrate deep into the fabric, and then slowly vents the vapors out of the bag and dryer. Dryel Kits come with a stain removing pen that can be used to pre-treat stains as well as an Odor & Wrinkle Releasing Spray. For best results, be sure to pre-treat all stains and use the odor releasing spray prior to placing your garments in the fabric protection. Then you can freshen your garments in as little as 15 minutes, or for a deep clean we recommend increasing the dryer time to 30 minutes.