Dry Clean only clothes..

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  1. Jacy

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    Have any of you tried those kits that let you dry clean clothes at home? Would you recommend it? I'm a bit lazy about taking my clothes to the dry cleaners....

    Also, do any of you 'machine wash' your 'hand wash only' clothes? :noes:
     
  2. m1lk

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    fuck no. thats like throwing money out the window
     
  3. goph

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    I dry clean everything.
     
  4. ihaveanevilplan

    ihaveanevilplan Everybody wake up, wake up, it's time to get down Moderator

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    yeah they'll get ruined :hs:

    what are you thinking about washing, Jacy?
     
  5. Baited

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    like dryel?

    my sister uses that i think and it doesn't mess up her clothes that i know of :dunno:
     
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    Just dry clean it :embd:
     
  7. calisteph6

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    I've used dryel, it's okay. I wash all my dry clean only and handwash only clothes :o. Some of the wool sweaters get kinda pilly sometimes and I have a pair of pants I'm going to have to start dry cleaning because they are getting fuzzy, but other than that it's okay. I do it all on the handwash cycle of my dryer in lingere bags with woolite. I'm just way to lazy to ever go to the drycleaners, my clothes will just sit in the dry cleaning bags for months.
     
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    But if you live in an apartment I would not recommend it in those heavy duty coin-operated washers they have, those suck.
     
  9. m1lk

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    cant dryclean everything.
     
  10. Huve

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    I prefer to play it safe and just take it to the cleaners. Those guys go through hundreds of clothes every day and I do like 5 a week.
     
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    i used one of those at home dry cleaning kits on a silk shirt and it jacked it up hardcore. now i try not to buy dry clean only stuff. half of my clothes are hand-wash-only-lay-flat-to-dry and i wash them in gentle in woolite bags with woolite soap and then lay them flat. works awesome.
     

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