Saturday, 18 September 2021
Best Tip on Plant Based Wrinkle Release Spray - Tom & Sheri's Iron in a Bottle
Hi There..... Do you like spending time behind your ironing board? Would you like me to tell you more about a plant-based wrinkle release spray? 😉
If you ask me, ironing isn't the worst of all the household chores. Then again, there are so many more fun things to do. Why would we do it if we don't have to? We could spend time with the kids, do a workout, bake a cake, or perhaps just sit back and relax. 😎
I remember when my kids were young, the number of clothes ready for ironing would pile up in no time. I kept waiting for the elves to come at night and clean it all up. Someone else must have kept them busy because they never seemed to make it to our home. 😭
Then again, who can blame them? If I had to choose between sitting back and relaxing on a shelf or cleaning up someone else's ironing pile, I wouldn't have to think twice. 😫
As I told you in my previous blog post, it's just me and my hubby now, so not that much ironing left to do. Our next move is not to go outdoors anymore so that we can wear pajamas all day long. 😏
Wouldn't that be weird? Can you imagine some kind of virus happening where the Government wouldn't allow you to do much except stay in your homes? What a crazy thought. 😂
Ok, back to being serious again. Let's change the subject back to this wrinkle release spray I was talking about. I received Tom & Sheri's Iron in a bottle in exchange for my honest opinion. 😍
Family-inspired, family-created, and family-owned.
Years ago, Sheri Eudaly gave up ironing and created a homemade wrinkle release spray that turned out to be a game-changer - no more ironing, no more hassle, and best of all...no more wrinkles.
Her son Austin saw the global need for the product when friends kept stealing his, so in 2018 set out to perfect the formula and share the magic with the world. The goal? Perfecting a modern wrinkle release spray that’s efficient, effective, and plant-based (bonus: it smells great, too!). After several trial runs, Tom & Sheri’s Iron in a Bottle was born.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Hang clothing on a hanger or lay it on a flat surface to start, and spray 8-12 inches away from the garment in a sweeping motion until wrinkles on the front and back are slightly damp. Smooth fabric downward, and gently pull to watch the wrinkles release. Let dry completely before wear.
Here is a You Tube video that I made about it - only my second attempt, so hope you won't judge me too hard 😰
Iron in a Bottle is highly recommended for use on wool, oxfords, soft cotton, t-shirts, polyester blends, flannel, heavy cotton, chinos, denim, poplin, linen, and cotton blends. Prior to spraying, shaking, and smoothing the entire garment, they recommend testing a small, hidden portion of the fabric. Proceed with caution on silks, rayon, satin, or fabrics with a tendency to water-spot.
With purified water, a plant-based surfactant, natural quality control agents and a light linen fragrance made from essential oils of only the highest quality, what you see is what you get, and there are never any foreign or unpronounceable ingredients to look up. It’s crucial for them to exclude any harsh chemicals from Iron in a Bottle, while making it safe for even the most sensitive skin, so you can feel at peace using the wrinkle release spray for the entire family.
They’re proud to be one of only 1000+ companies that have been certified Cruelty Free.
All-natural. Non-toxic. Eco-friendly. Sustainability is at their core, and protecting global health when delivering this breakthrough formula to your doorstep in the most ecologically sound manner possible is among their most cherished values.
They never use Bisphenol A - an industrial chemical utilized to harden plastic - in any of their construction, due to its potentially toxic effects. Rest assured Iron in a Bottle is safe for the entire family.
Domestically manufactured, assembled and packaged products support our economy and create much-needed jobs, so they’re proud to report all Tom & Sheri’s products are designed and manufactured in the USA. Investing in products made here not only secures the future of businesses within their country, it puts hard-earned money back to work in America.
Wow, this is such a handy product. I had never heard of wrinkle release spray, but I am so impressed. On top of that, it's plant-based and it smells good. This would be perfect to take with you on your holiday, too. 😎
Anyone can do this, because it is super easy. If you have students that live on campus, they can take it with them. It's all a matter of economics wether you want to use it for just a few things, or you want to ditch your iron permanently. 😊
One thing is sure. You won't often catch me behind my ironing board anymore. 😍
Hope you like my blog.....Until next time.....Have a nice day
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