Dry Cleaning Tips

Your dry cleaner is an expert at removing stains and grime from your garments, but there are steps you can take to make the process even smoother.

Check Your Labels

Some dyes or fabrics aren’t strong enough to withstand traditional dry cleaning, and these items will be labeled “do not dry clean.” However, even if the care label says do not dry clean, your full service professional dry cleaner knows how to clean it without risking the garment. Dependable Cleaners in Denver, Colorado, is such a cleaners.

Point out stains

Not all stains are visible to the dry cleaner upon inspection. To increase the likelihood of good stain removal make sure you point out stains to the customer service representative.

Inspect your clothes at home before cleaning because wear or damage can get worse in cleaning if not pointed out for mending before cleaning.

Many times people don’t inspect their clothes before cleaning because they know its dirty and needs to be cleaned. Sometimes there are little tears or damages that came from wear that will only be noticed after cleaning and you might mistakenly attribute this damage to the dry cleaners.

If your clothes smell switch cleaners. Dry cleaning is an odorless process. There should be no scent except the smell of clean fresh fabric. If this is not the case, you are using a dry cleaners with dirty solvent and your clothes are getting dirty at the cleaners, rather than clean. The plastic bags containing your freshly cleaned clothes are ideal for storage to prevent dust, dirt and even moths. If you feel like you have to remove the bag to air your garments out, you need to switch cleaners.

 

 

 


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