Tom and Sheri’s Iron In a Bottle is family-inspired, family-created, and family-owned. Years ago, Sheri Eudaly gave up ironing and created a homemade spray that turned out to be a game-changer - no more irons, 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-releaser 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.
I got The Trifeca Bundle which includes:
1 - 3oz Bottle
1 - 16oz Bottle
1 - 32oz Bottle
My Opinion: I know for me I do not have a washer and dryer at home nor do I truly know how to iron so I was so glad to test this out on my clothes and it is as easy as 1,2,3. I found it easy to do and this time of the year I dry it in front of my fan or if I am not wearing it for a few hours on a hanger on a hook.
How to do it: 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.
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, we recommend testing a small, hidden portion of the fabric. Please proceed with caution on silks, rayon, satin, or fabric that has a tendency to water-spot.
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