I really wanted to like this product because I hate over-washing clothes that just need a refresh (and what male on the planet doesn't use the dryer as a substitute for ironing??). That said, I have what I would consier a mild to moderate sensitivity to perfumes and the smell this product puts on your clothes is very strong - a dealbreaker for me. I've still used it a couple of times on jeans, thinking at least they wouldn't be right under my nose, but as soon as I got into … more
I was somewhat skeptical when I received this product. My memories of using the dryer as a clothes refresher or "dry cleaning" revolve around Dryel's large bags that you placed your garments in with a cleaning pad. I am not saying that Dryel is a poor product - just that it was a bit more cumbersome than I wanted a product to be. I do like their stain remover a lot though! Swash is, fist of all, from the makers of Tide cleaning products - which I generally like and have used … more
I read several reviews that talked about how light the scent was, but I have to be the voice of dissention on that one-- I tried "refreshing" my daughter's Christmas dress because she had worn it for pictures before Christmas, but after I used this product on it, I couldn't even put it on her... I have sensitivities to perfumey smells, and this gave me an instant headache. She didn't end up wearing the dress because at that point, I didn't have time to rewash it. (I use fragrance-free products.) &n … more
I'm the kind of guy who hates to wear clothing twice, much to the chagrin of my wife. I do let pants go two days, but shirts and turtlenecks go in the wash after one day. I was curious to see how the Swash Steam It Out sheets would work on day-old shirts. I took two cotton shirts and a cotton turtleneck and ran them through with the Swash sheet for 10 minutes. I was pleased to find that the shirts did not have a strong scent - I'm rather sensitive to that - and they did seem … more
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