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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Refresh'n your laundry...

Recently via the Family Review Network, I was able to try a product called the Refreh'n Dryer Towel. Let me be honest with you, when I first got the product in my hands me and my husband both gave a look to each other. Sort of one of those “what's the point of this” looks. I really didn't understand why I would throw my laundry in the dryer to 'refresh' it. If it needed to be re-freshened then I'd wash it, because to me, if it doesn't smell fresh, then its usually dirty.

So we gave the Refresh'n Dryer Towel a shot and threw out thoughts behind it out the window so we could give this an unbiased try.

We prepared to try this thing out, the first thing I thought of was perhaps my afghans made from my Nonna, I don't like to put those in the wash a lot but thought if anything these were things that would need to be refreshed every once in a while, so off I went. I soaked the yellow towel in some water then wrung it out and added the few blankets I had and wanted to refresh (you should add 3 pieces of clothing or use 2 towels for up to 8 garments).

I let this go for the duration of my settings in the dryer, I was actually quite impressed. Without using any chemicals or sprays I was able to give my blankets some life again without throwing them in the washer where they could get damaged.

The Refresh'n Dryer Towels work by steaming your items while also picking up lint. It also takes wrinkles out, reshapes, and gives you that fresh laundry feeling and scent without having you put your items in the laundry. The towels can be used up to 25 times (up to 75 items) and are eco-friendly. Made with micro fiber the use of these towels not only help you with your laundry, but once you've maxed out their usage you can use them around the house as a cleaning cloth.

My next test to this product will probably be with my husbands suits. While dry cleaning is a pain and can become expensive, we've often picked up another 'at home' dry cleaning product to use, being as the Refresh'n Dryer Towels use no chemicals, I'd rather give this a shot, we'll see how it goes.

You can find out more about where to buy the Refresh'N Dryer Towels or find out more information about them by visiting the website

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