Posted: Jul 21, 2014
Review by Jen
I keep one in my toiletry bag for travel as well as in my desk at work. Not all hotel rooms have an iron or ironing board provided (and who wants to iron on vacation anyway?) so this is a great item to have on hand. It doesn't give the same completely pressed look as an iron would but I wouldn't expect it to. It helps remove the majority of wrinkles that occur when packed in my suitcase so it's perfect for me.
Posted: Jul 2, 2014
Review by Ariane
Wouldnt dare walking around smelling of that. Perfume too strong and cheap, would prefer scent-free. Also, leaked on the first trip and had to throw it out.
Posted: Apr 17, 2014
Review by New Travellor
I took this with us on a recent trip. While it can't replace an iron, it was perfect for removing those wrinkles caused from packing or to freshen something already worn.
Posted: Apr 2, 2013
Review by Kristel
I love packing silk for travel, but it can be a bit high maintenance because it wrinkles easily and ironing is sometimes a risky option. I tried this spray before leaving on a trip on an extremely wrinkled silk dress (I would suggest test spraying just a teeny bit on a spot that wouldn't be too obvious for silk) -- no spotting, definitely eliminated wrinkles on the spots where I did spray. It also dries fairly quickly!
You can use this for cotton - linen - silk and wool, as as well as other synthetic materials.