Does the home dry cleaning Dryell stuff work to get rid of cigarette smell? The dry cleaner wants $5 apiece to dry clean 3 mens blazers. They were my dad's, and my mom gave them to me to try to sell. But obviously I can't list them when they stink of cigs. But I hate to spend $15 to get them dry cleaned, when I have no idea what I might end up getting for them if they sell. Tempted to try the Dryell - I looked at Target and they have it for just under $10. I wish they had a smaller size of it, though, like a "mini kit" with just a couple uses' worth in it.
Anyway...does it work?