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I received an early test SWASH this summer and have been using it now for over two months. It's been a bit slow to test as I've had to find new ways of working it into my life. The promise? Go to the dry cleaner less often, freshen up your clothes in minutes and save money. The big win here is for those people with finer clothes that REALLY do go to the dry cleaner often. If that's you, SWASH WILL save you trips as it really can freshen and straighten out shirts, dresses, blouses, skirts, even jackets very nicely. It's even fun to use as you slide your garment into the machine, push a button and let it start humming and go to work. It circulates hot, moist air filled with the contents of the SWASH pods to give your clothes a new, clean feeling. It doesn't "clean," but it does totally freshen, deodorize and straighten.
I watched a horrible, wrinkled cigarette smelling t-shirt go in and come out looking and smelling awesome. That's sort of amazing. On the downside, this is one more machine to work with, and it needs some room. You will get a lot of use out of it if you a. have lots of room and b. wear delicate clothes often. This is a huge step up from hanging things over a chair until they seem fresh all over again.