Wrinkle Release Spray 355ml/12oz

Item# : 403467

Biodegradable ingredients remove unsightly wrinkles in no time. Simply spray lightly, then gently tug and smooth the wrinkles away. Gently conditions while also preserving the shape of garments. Contains natural fragrances and safe for bright colours and delicate fabrics. Great for home or on the go to quickly get rid of creases and wrinkles!

Free From:
• Artificial dyes and fragrances
• Phthalates
• Formaldehyde
• Sulfates
• Phosphates
• Bleach
• Petrochemicals
• Parabens
• Animal-derived ingredients


This product has an expiry date of January 2022

:: moreless
355 ml / 12 fl. oz.
  • Ingredients
    Purified Water; Polyquaternium-88 (Plant-based) (Conditioning agent); Fragrance (Plant-based); Propanediol (Plant-based) (Solvent); Citric Acid (Plant-based) (Preservative); Sodium Bicarbonate (Mineral-based) (Buffering agent); Sodium Benzoate (Synthetic) (Preservative); Potassium Sorbate (Synthetic) (Preservative)
  • Problem & Solution
    You need to remove the wrinkles from your clothing, but waiting for a clunky iron to heat up and setting up a flimsy ironing board can be so time-consuming. Not only that, but some name-brand wrinkle release sprays contain chemicals that can be harmful to your health.

    Norwex Wrinkle Release Spray helps you easily, naturally and quickly remove unsightly creases and wrinkles from your clothing, without the harsh chemicals commonly found in similar products.
  • How To Use
    • Spray directly on fabrics until affected area is slightly damp (do not saturate)
    • Gently tug fabric to smooth wrinkles
    • Let dry before wearing garment
  • Features & Benefits
    • Contains natural ingredients.
    • Made with biodegradable ingredients.
    • No need to wait for an iron to heat up, so it saves you time.
    • Gentle formula.
    • Dries quickly.
    • Safe for bright colours and most fabrics (always test on inconspicuous place first).
    • Rinses clean and does not leave any residue.
  • Did You Know?

    Heat and water cause wrinkles. Heat breaks the bonds holding polymers in place within the fibers of a fabric. When the bonds are broken, the fibers are less rigid, and as the fabric cools, the fibers lock into a new (wrinkled) shape.