Lately I've been looking to cut my spending so that I can be more responsible and finally be a real ADULT. Just kidding it's really so that I have more money for clothes and beauty products. When you love designer clothes like I do the dry cleaning costs can really rack up, pun intended. My local dry cleaners has a sign up on the wall that says leaning your clothes will cost more than your actual clothes ever will. And boy does that sign have a point- keeping your clothes nice over time can be quite a chore, and an expensive one at that. But with Dryel I've found the bill for cleaning my clothes to be a lot more manageable. I did receive the product for free, so in fairness I would already be ahead in that respect any way. However, Dryel works pretty well, leaves your designer duds smelling great, and saves you the trip to the dry cleaners (and the gas money for that by the way). I'll be using Dryel whether I get it free or not purely for the savings!