I fully endorse this #LifePro Life Hack from Clorox2:
Wrinkly shirt? Here’s to less stress and less wrinkles! Toss it in the dryer for a few minutes with some ice cubes for a quick steam press. Update: I tried this – and it works like a charm!
The heat from the dryer quickly melts the ice and changes it to steam vapour in a hurry. For added freshness, add half a dryer sheet (no need to waste a whole one) et voila! It’s like you’re back in college all over again. Take those clothes off the floor and breathe some life into them, while bypassing the washing machine entirely! Life = Hacked.
Ohh that is pretty neat!! Thanks for posting this, I’m gonna try it!
Please do Brenda!
Ella Pretty Blog
Wow…am going to try this! Never seen this hack before but it makes so much sense!
It really works Zeba! Try it!
Def. going to try this! Thanks for sharing :)
You’re welcome Amirah!
What a cool idea – especially for people that don’t have dryers with a steam setting :) I’m definitely passing this one around !!
Thanks Flora! It’s a quick and easy tip that really works!
Chandra Christine O'Connor
cool! gonna have to try this I hate ironing
Me too! Hate ironing!
Awesome tip! Thanks Lena!
You’re welcome Nicole!
Great idea Lena – never heard of this before. Thanks for the tip!
You’re welcome Marissa!
I never thought of ice cubes. I’ve added a wet towel but this sounds like a better idea.
A wet towel is another great idea!
This an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing this! We love your blog!
Thank you Ananasa!
Amazing! We always have ice so I’d say this is a pretty good life hack! Thank you!! x
Indeed! Anyone can do it!
Oh wow! Great tip.
Judy C (Judy Cowan)
Great tip! I am definitely going to try this out!
Please do Judy!
Neato, I have one shirt that is always wrinkled, and it looks great on me. Need to try this. Thanks Lena.
Good luck Nicoline!
Oh, what a lifesaver! I’ve had to resort to steaming up the shower and letting them hang! I will have to try this thank you for an awesome tip!
You’re so welcome Darlene!
great idea! I’m going to have to try this
Let me know if it works for you Lynda!
Chandra Christine O'Connor
making ice cubes to try this on the weekend gotta do the dryer when its cheaper dang hydro
I hear you. We only run the dryer in energy saving hours.
That’s a good tip
I have never heard of this trick! I will definitely be trying it next time!
Good luck Heidi!
I didn’t realize that it was alright to use ice cubes in the dryer but now that I know…this will save me from having to iron…thank you for that…you are my hero, Lena :)
Hahaha thanks Teresa :)
I never knew this but it is such an easy way to get rid of wrinkles in clothing, wish it worked for my skin, lol!
LOL me too!
I just remembered another way to do this – you can take a clean towel (bath towel), dampen it (not to the dripping point, but wet enough) and throw it in with your wrinkly load. Although the ice cube trick is way easier ;)
Love the towel trick too – it’s probably less noisy :)
that’s awesome tip
That is a cool tip, guess I am going to be making ice cubes.
Hahaha good luck!
Love love love this tip!!!! So brilliant!
Great tip Lena :) I’ve never heard of this one but I have heard of using a damp cloth as a great wrinkle reducer too.
Yes! I’m going to try that one too!
Now i just need a dryer!
Crazy! I’d have never thought of this. I avoid clothes that need ironing like the plague but this tip may come in handy sometime.
Let me know if you try it out Lisa :) Good luck!