DIY Starch to Save On Dry Cleaning

I iron my husbands dress shirts and he wears one each day for work. This saves about $10.00 in dry cleaning costs and takes about a half an hour.

I made a light spray starch just to help remove wrinkles and give the shirts some body. Take an old spray bottle and fill it with water, add three teaspoons of cornstarch. You can add more cornstarch if you need to.