DIY Wrinkle Release Spray

DIY Wrinkle Release Spray

DIY Wrinkle Release


I love finding ways to save a little money on every day things, so when I found this super easy DIY Wrinkle Release Spray I knew I had to share it with you! It’s so easy to make, and cost next to nothing! I already had everything I needed to make it at home. And the best part is that it actually works really well! I am really bad about leaving clothes in the dryer and letting them get wrinkled, so this is a must for my family ha! It also smells really good, so that is always a plus right!?

Here is what you will need to make this DIY Wrinkle Release Spray:



  • A Spray Bottle
  • 8 oz distilled water
  • 1 tbsp fabric softener
  • 1 tbsp rubbing alcohol

Here is how easy it is to make this DIY Wrinkle Release Spray:

wrinkle2First, pour your water into a spray bottle.

Next, Add in a tbsp of rubbing alcohol.

wrinkle3Last, add in a tbsp of fabric softener and shake gently.  Once well mixed it’s ready to go!

Wrinkle Works


This DIY Wrinkle Release Spray smells great, works great, and is so cheap you can’t not make it!

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  1. Camiele says

    This is great! Especially since Downy Wrinkle Releaser is about $5 a bottle! Totally going to make this.

  2. Stacy Harrington Calhoun says

    I love this idea, i too am bad about leaving clothes in dryer. I will be making this very soon, for I will be traveling and once i unpack i can use it to freshen up my clothes. Thank you so much

  3. Diana Camden says

    That is really handy! I really hate dragging out the iron in the morning; especially before I’ve had any caffeine. Thanks for sharing this will save me tons of time everyday.

    Diana C

  4. Celia T says

    This is a great idea! I really don’t like dragging the iron out for one article of clothing, so this is wonderful!

  5. Eugenia Hall says

    This will be really useful in my house, I’m forever finding wrinkled laundry that I need to wear and don’t have time to iron.

  6. says

    I love that you posted this.I will be using this no matter how long my clothes are in the dryer because I just love the fact that it smells amazing and it’s so cheap and easy to make.Thank you so much.

  7. Teri Melton says

    I used to have a wrinkle releaser spray I really liked, and cannot get it anymore. I will try this with a natural sample I just got in the mail and see how it works. Thank you!

  8. virgil poore says

    love this going to try it on my clothes so i dont have to iron them for work.i dont like to iron most time they get threw in dryer for few minutes and tht is it

  9. patricia hamm says

    I love this idea. DYI projects like this are very reasonable to do. I realky hate to iron anything so this is just wonderdul.Thank you

  10. Karen Drake says

    Thanks so much for the wrinkle release spray recipe, anything that helps cut down on ironing is a huge deal.

  11. Ronda Patrick says

    I love this!!! Thank you so much!!! Great for taking camping in our RV, so that I don’t need to iron anything!

  12. Lisa B says

    I love learning new ways to save money and not have to buy additional products. Thank you so much for the wrinkle spray “recipe”

  13. melanie modica says

    The DIY wrinkle spray sounds like a cool thing to try. Too bad there is not a recipe for a wrinkle spray for my face too. lol

  14. Teresa Thompson says

    I’m totally going to do this. I usually run them thru the dryer to get the wrinkles out but this is so much easier.

    • Teresa says

      Hi Jennifer! I read somewhere else that the alcohol works as a fast acting drying agent so that you don’t get spots on your clothes!

  15. MARTHA says

    Great post as we can all use this to help with our clothes and save money,,,,,looks like it really does work from the pictures….TY

  16. says

    This wrinkle release spray looks like it would work perfectly on mornings I am in a hurry and can’t take the time to iron my clothes over and over again! Thanks so much for sharing!

  17. Angie says

    I go through so much of this stuff (store bought)! I am so excited that I will be able to make it at home and save some cash now. Thanks!

  18. Gina Dunklebarger says

    I always travel with wrinkle releaser. I am going to make a big batch of this and use it to refill my small travel bottle.

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