Does the Downy Wrinkle Releaser really work?

It happens at the worse times. Your clothes are all wrinkled and it's too late to iron.

The Downy Wrinkle Releaser is supposed to solve that problem.

But will it work? Let me try it before you buy it.

I tried the Downy Wrinkle Releaser on several pieces of clothing, some a little wrinkled, and others extremely wrinkled.

I followed the same instructions on everything; I sprayed the clothes until slightly damp, then tugged and smoothed out the wrinkles.

Next I hung them up to let them dry.

Here are the results after just a few minutes.

I had a white t-shirt that was embarrassingly wrinkled. The wrinkles disappeared.

Same with all of the other items I tried, which was everything from pants, shirts and skirts, all with different types of fabrics.

The Downy Wrinkle Releaser cost me $4.59 at Fry's Food and it performed just as promised.

I have to say I am totally impressed.

I used it when I was in a bind on clothes I was actually wearing and it saved the day so I give it thumbs up.

It's helpful in those situations where you just don't have alternatives.

But if you're really looking to save cash, your best strategy is to plan ahead. Iron your clothes the night before and you won't have to worry about it the next morning.

If you have another inexpensive way to quickly get rid of wrinkles, comment on my SmartShopper15 Facebook page.

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