- Spray on dress shirts to achieve a crisp, clean look
- Scented in "Classic"
- 8 fl oz
Prepare to fall in love with ironing (yes, really!) thanks to this cornstarch solution. Unlike grocery store-brand starches, our fresh-scented, non-aerosol spray is formulated to avoid buildup while adding a light to moderate hold with a crisp finish.
Our start-to-finish laundering collection is scented in Classic, the ultimate "clean laundry smell," blending lily of the valley and jasmine with sweet musk, sandalwood, and a touch of citrus.
Ingredients: Deionized water, cornstarch, essential oils, and fragrance.
Color and texture may vary with plant-derived ingredients.^
Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial color.
No animal ingredients or animal testing.
Assembled in The USA
Step 1Use with Ironing Water. and the scorch-resistant Ironing Board Cover..
Step 2Protect items from scorching by using a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths as a pressing cloth.
To remove stubborn wrinkles at home or on the go, use Crease Release 2 oz.
Step 4Treat static-prone items using Static Solution 2oz.
Did you know...
Starch adds crispness and structure, providing body to cotton and linen items. It also eases ironing and creates a higher resistance to wrinkling and soiling. Durable synthetics can also be “starched,” but cannot be treated with grocery store-brand spray starch. Stiffen Up is safe for both natural and durable synthetic fabrics such as polyester. Unlike grocery store-brand spray starch, it won’t flake, coat, or damage fabrics.
Do not starch silk, silk blends, silk-like fabrics, delicate synthetics, or any wool, cashmere, or wool-like synthetics.
Never store items that have been starched, such as table linens, antique linens, sheets, and dress shirts, as starch attracts bugs. Also, starched items are at risk for turning yellow in storage. Simply wash these items and store them clean.
Starch silk, silk-like fabrics, and delicate synthetics.
Starch wool, cashmere, wool blends, and wool-like synthetics.
Store starched items long term.