DRY CLEANING :
Dry cleaning uses solvent to remove soils and stains from fabric in specially designed machines.
In fact, the term “dry cleaning” is misleading: it is called dry cleaning because the solvent contains little or no water and does not penetrate the fibers as water does. Among the advantages of dry cleaning is its ability to dissolve greases and oils in a way that water cannot.
The dry cleaning process begins with the pre-treatment of spots and stains using special cleaning agents. The garments are then loaded into a machine resembling an over-sized front-loading washer. It produces similar mechanical action to loosen embedded dirt. Throughout the cleaning process, the solvent is filtered or distilled to ensure its clarity. The garments are dried in the same machine and should have no residual solvent odor after cleaning.
Professional laundering for shirts and other “washable” items is another process your cleaner uses to keep your garments looking their best. Special detergents, additives, and finishes set commercial laundry apart from home laundering. This process enables your cleaner to offer consistent quality shirts at reasonable prices. Collar/ Cuff cleaning and their professional pressing offers a crisper finish.