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If you are one of those people that hates it when you jeans fade in the wash then there is a new product you might want to check out. Dryel enables you to dry clean your jeans at home in your tumble dryer. You put your clothes in the Dryel Fabric Protection Bag along with a Dryel cleaning cloth, then place everything in the dryer and spin for 30 minutes. This activate the steam-cleaning environment, removing odors and protecting against shrinking, stretching & fading. I have no idea how well this works, but the manufacturer claims that Dryel, unlike detergent, will keep all your jeans looking like brand new even after cleaning them 50 times. If anyone has tried this product, please let us know what you thought of it by leaving a comment below.

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  3. Great suggestion. I just tried Dryel on my jeans and it was awesome. Kept their color (I have 2 pairs of the same pair so I compared the one pair that was Dryel’d) and fit just the same.. I don’t think there was any shrinkage or stretching like in my washer. Probably cost me $2 when I’ve spent $9 to clean them at the dry cleaners. Wish the bag was bigger so I could do a bunch of jeans at once.

  4. Great suggestion. I just tried Dryel on my jeans and it was awesome. Kept their color (I have 2 pairs of the same pair so I compared the one pair that was Dryel'd) and fit just the same.. I don't think there was any shrinkage or stretching like in my washer. Probably cost me $2 when I've spent $9 to clean them at the dry cleaners. Wish the bag was bigger so I could do a bunch of jeans at once.

  5. Great suggestion. I just tried Dryel on my jeans and it was awesome. Kept their color (I have 2 pairs of the same pair so I compared the one pair that was Dryel'd) and fit just the same.. I don't think there was any shrinkage or stretching like in my washer. Probably cost me $2 when I've spent $9 to clean them at the dry cleaners. Wish the bag was bigger so I could do a bunch of jeans at once.

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