Product Review

Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus #Wonderbottle REVIEW

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One thing I grew up hating is ironing my clothes.  Yup – I can definitely live without that one.  There are so many much more important things that I could spend my time on such as:  family, fun, work, blog, pets, exercise, SLEEP…

 

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Anthony sporting our new Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus Tshirt

 

I have been using Downy Wrinkle Releaser for years and anyone at work can tell you – I RAVE about it.  I am a HUGE Fan.  It is a very rare occasion that I need to iron.  Generally the only time that would happen is if my son decides at the last minute he wants to wear a shirt and tie.  That would seem like a big deal until you realize he literally just balls up his dress shirts and puts them somewhere (not always a dresser drawer) and then asks me to “fix it”.

 

And now Downy has their new Wrinkle Releaser Plus in the new Wonderbottle.

 

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Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus is much more than a replacement for the hassle of everyday ironing. “The WonderBottle,” has over 101 uses for the home, family and traveler. In addition to its ability to reduce wrinkles in clothes, Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus can be used as a quick-fix solution to remove creases from pillowcases, bed sheets, drapery, tablecloths, cloth napkins, ribbons on holiday decorations and many other household items. A quick spritz from the WonderBottle can also remove odors and freshen up furniture, pet beds and infant car seats just to name a few. For those who still want to iron, it serves as a better ironing aid than water without the residue of starch. And in a fashion emergency, Downy Wrinkle Release Plus can even save the day by eliminating static cling. Truly a WonderBottle.

 

I love this new Plus version of Downy Wrinkle releaser.  We keep some at home and at the camper.  I keep a small bottle of it at work to reduce static.  I have even spritzed it on my hair since it is long hair and often I end up looking like Medusa because of that nasty static.  Spritz a little and voila – my hair is back under control.  Even my kids now reach for it – particularly my daughter.  She is 9 years old and all of a sudden cares about what her clothing looks like.  We also have dogs and I love spritzing a little on our couch after I vacuum just to give it a little added freshness.

 

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After thorough research and testing, the design of the spray trigger on the new bottle was perfected to deliver a finer mist of Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus. The new and improved sprayer delivers broader coverage to reduce drying time. Downy Wrinkle Release Plus works to eliminate wrinkles by coating fabric fibers with silicone that allows them to relax and slide apart instead of being frozen in a crease. Simply spray, smooth and tug, then allow fabric to dry for a crisp, fresh smelling and wrinkle-free look in minutes.  I definitely like this bottle so much more than the other bottles – every now and then the other bottles required a priming type of action to get the wrinkle releaser to spray.  This bottle is more consistent and a finer mist.

 

Images of Downy Wrinkle release new product

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Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus is sold at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Kroger, Publix and many other grocery, drug, and mass retailers. Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus is sold in a 1-liter bottle for $6.99 and a 500 mL bottle for $4.19. It is also available in a travel-friendly 3-ounce size for $1.99. For more information visit www.downywrinklereleaserplus.com.  You can also get your own $1 off coupon at the same link!

 

I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above in the hope that I would mention it on my blog.  I only recommend products or services I use personally and/or I believe would be helpful for my readers.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”  The opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.  Your experience with the product(s) or service(s) may differ from mine.

 

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