Cold Iron is the original plant-based ironing alternative. It removes most wrinkles in minutes!
The original plant-based ironing alternative
S P R A Y
Hang the wrinkled garment or lay on a flat surface
S M O O T H
Gently mist each side of the garment
Hand-smooth and tug wrinkles
H A N G
Hang 5 - 10 minutes until completely dry
Look like a boss!
only the best...
Our ingredient policy is simple: if leading health-focused grocery chains allow the ingredient, then so do we
Water, Plant-based Quaternary Compound, Mild Preservative, and Fragrance
Old Ron Says...
Old Ron is the boss of Cold Iron and what Old Ron says goes. And Old Ron says...
“Don’t go around looking like a dope. Use this fancy spray on your shirts, suits, and trousers. Keep your clothes looking fresh and look like you have some sense.”
Save time and look fresh. Cold Iron is perfect for minor touch ups between dry cleanings or as an everyday alternative to fighting wrinkled clothing. Wrinkle Releaser is safe on most fabrics and is especially effective on soft cottons like t-shirts, and wool suits.
Table linens, drapes, and other bulky items are perfect candidates for wrinkle releaser treatment. Just make sure to avoid items that are 100% polyester. Cold Iron does not absorb into fibers of 100% synthetic material.
Our travel sizes are TSA compliant so they can go where you do! Perfect for jetsetters, road warriors, and vagabonds alike, Cold Iron travel size wrinkle releaser will help you look fresh without having to look like you’re living out of a suitcase. Travel size is available in both Fragrance Free and Sea Breeze.
Good ingredients, no scent, works awesome!
It made shaving easier the first time I used it. I am 76 and those fine grey whiskers are now much easier to shave. Turns out I don't have to use it every time I shave. The effect lasts for a while. I use it as needed.
my norelco glides smoothly and no smell
Best electric pre-shave I’ve ever used
A few years ago after having a beard since the 1960's I decided to get rid of it.
I got an electric razor and it was barely ok. I discovered your electric pre-shave and what a difference. I get a much closer shave with much less irritation and no unwanted scent. It is a product that does what it promises.
I'm an avid quilter and costumer creator - both crafts need starch. However,in my years of sewing, and trying all different types of starches, those regular starches leave a lot to be desired: browning from a seriously hot iron on cotton, white flakes on dark fabrics that have a tendency to stick to the fabric, etc.
I've had no browning with London's...at all. I have had minimal flaking but it easily brushes off. This offers a fresh crispness that lasts longer than conventional starches. And, if I need a stiffer fabric I spray it several times.
Also, conventional starches have a tendency of making me itchy and this does not do that. So, I'm sold.
Please don't ever stop making it.
Razor now glides effortlessly over my face, and gives a super-smooth shave.
And best of all, no nasty perfume like the major brands.
I love that this 1) works very well and 2) is unscented. No harsh chemical smell or fake added scents. I am repeat buyer and will continue to purchase this product.
Husband says it works great and since his wife (me) is very allergic to perfumes and scents, this is a wonderful preshave for him to use. No stinky odor!!
I have tried almost everything since Old Spice discontinued their Pre-Electric lotion, this is easily the best for a good electric shave.
Product works exactly as described and is a great value.
I use one of those small razors, similar to finishing touch, and it really glides over the face with this stuff. Also, I am getting a really close shave with it. The only problem is the cost.
I love Old Ron's electric pre-shave. It doesn't have a scent and seems to put a light coat on your face that makes electric shaving a breeze. No post shave burn, discomfort or annoying smell when I use Ron's. For years I would only shave with my electric razor when I was in a rush or on the road, but combining Old Ron's with the Braun Series 9 Pro has made electric shaving my preferred method again for the first time in years. Since my local department stores quit carrying the Lab Series brand awhile back, the only pre shave I could find was Lectric Shave, which to me has an offensive and lasting smell and only made the shave marginally more comfortable than using nothing. I highly reccomend Old Ron's Electric Pre Shave!
This does exactly what I expect it to which is protect my skin without toxic or fragrant additives. Pre-shave products of this quality are rare. Thank you.
The Original Plant-Based Wrinkle Releaser
Made in U.S.A
1000's of Happy Customers
- Find a wrinkled garment or linen
- Affix to a hanger or drape over a door or shower rod
- Gently mist each side of the fabric – DO NOT OVER-WET
- Hand smooth and tug deeper wrinkles
- Let dry to completion
- Make sure the fabric is completely dry before wearing
- Over-wetting can cause more wrinkles if not allowed adequate dry time
- Tug at fabric to combat deeper wrinkles
- Very stubborn wrinkles may require a few minutes in the dryer
- Avoid use on stiff fabrics like canvas and heavy knits
- Do not use on 100% synthetic fabrics, Cold Iron will not absorb
- Best: wool, Oxfords, soft cotton, t-shirts, polyester blends, flannel
- Okay: heavy cotton, chinos, denim, poplin
- Maybe: canvas, heavy knits, recycled cotton
- Caution: silk, rayon, satin (test a hidden area before use)
- Avoid: 100% synthetic fibers
Wrinkle Releaser is Good for the Planet and your Wallet
By utilizing wrinkle releaser I have cut my dry cleaning by at least half. By freshening my shirts and pants I eliminate about ½ of my trips to the cleaners which saves hundreds of dollars per year, and hours of time. Conservatively speaking it saves me about the price of a plane ticket to Vegas and the time it takes to fly there!Read Now
Does Wrinkle Releaser Work on Polyester?
At Natural Citizen, we often get asked “does wrinkle releaser work on polyester?” This article aims to answer that question in detail because unfortunately it’s one of those “well, it depends” kinds of answers.Read Now