Gizmodo clued me in to the existence of the Swash, a kind of home-dry-cleaning device. It's a very tall, very thin chamber that freshens up your clothing, one piece at a time. It will apparently cost $500, but the catch is that you'll need special dry-cleaning "pods" made by Tide to operate it, and they haven't announced the price of those pods yet, which leads me to believe it might be a Keurig-style rip-off. AND! As Gizmodo's Andrew Liszewski explains, "the Swash doesn't even actually clean your clothes either; it just makes them smell nicer between washes, and removes minor wrinkles if you need to dress to impress." Here's a video: