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Sun Pine Wrinkle Releaser

Reviewing: Sun Pine Wrinkle Releaser  |  Rating:
Rae Hall By Rae Hall on
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As I was saying in another review that I was looking for a way to save time in the mornings by not ironing. While shopping at a discount store I saw a product that said it would get wrinkles out of clothes. This product is called Sun-Pine Wrinkle Releaser.

This is one of those products that says it will save you time by allowing you not to have to iron as much. Or you can use this while ironing to give clothes a nice crisp, pressed look.

This product does not work really well on extremely wrinkled cotton clothing but on on less wrinkled cotton material for casual wear it works fairly well. This is not a substitute for ironing if you are going somewhere where you need to look really nice and presentable. However, on cotton knit (jersey material) shirts it works pretty well and will save me time in the long run as a lot of shirts of mine are made of this material.

What stunned me about this product was when I got it home and compared it to what was left of the bottle of the national brand name wrinkle releaser I had I was surprised to see the label on the back of the Sun-Pine bottle, illustrations included, were almost identical to the one on the back of the national brand name wrinkle releaser bottle. I looked at the ingredients and the ingredients are the same on both bottles. The only difference between these two products is that the Sun-Pine cost only $2.00 a bottle and the name brand product was $6.50. In this case it pays to shop at a discount store.