My family and I are constantly on the move, whether it is to work, school, karate or traveling to different states for tournaments and family time. Keeping our clothes static and wrinkle free is a challenge at times, especially when it comes to business attire and karate uniforms which is why I am really excited to have discovered Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus!
If you are traveling this year for Spring Break and the Easter holiday, I definitely recommend grabbing a bottle of Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus. It not only comes in a large bottle perfect for your laundry room, but also in a convenient 3-ounce travel size bottle which meets airline standards. I have a few travel size bottles that I put in my purse, gym bag and even sent one with my husband to keep in his briefcase for when he is at school.
I love how fast and easy Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus works. Your clothes can be wrinkle-free, odor-free and static-free in just minutes. Just spray, tug, smooth and hang, then you’re ready to go in no time. No iron necessary. Try it on curtains, tablecloths, sheets, pillowcases and more! It has a light fresh scent that I found pleasing (I have to be careful with fragrances because they trigger migraines with me but this scent did not).
Check out these 5 smart travel trips for what to wear while flying from Downy and also make sure to print a valuable coupon for Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus to save at the store (remember you can print it twice)!
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