Q. Does frequent dry-cleaning shorten the life if a garment?
Ans. On the contrary, frequent cleaning prolongs the life of a garment.not only do stains set with age, making the garment unwearable, but ground-in dirt and soil act as on abrasiv, like sandpaper, causing rapid wear of fibres. Also insects are attracted to soiled clothes and will cause further damage.
Q. When a garment's label says "washable",does this mean it cannot be drycleaned ?
Ans. Not necessarly. the care label rule stales that only suitable method of care must be on the la bel. cleaners usually follow the care instructions, unless otherwise requested.if you want washable items dry-cleaned. the cleaner may you to sign a damage waiver
Q. Does dry -cleaning shrink clothes?
Ans. No. The dry-cleaning process is carefully controlled by professinal cleaner. excessive shrinkage is usually caused by improper preshrink by the manufacturer.
Q. Should i store my clean garments in the plastic bag they are returned in?
Ans. The bag s are provided by the cleaner to protect the garments until you get home. It is best to store garments uncovered or in fabric garments bags
Q. What cleaners cannot do?
1. Remove certain stains. the nature and age of the stain, plus the colours and construction of the fabric, sometimes make stains impossible to remove damaging the garment. 2. prevent some colours from bleeding or fading. If the manufacturer does not thoroughly test the dyes to make sure they are colorfast to both sovent and water,some colour may be last during the cleaning process. this is considered the manufacturer's responsibility. 3. prevent excessive shrinkage. If manufacturer has failed to adequately preshrink all component part before the garmentis constructed, shrinkage may occur. 4. reverse worm or torn areas caused by wear , perspiration, damage caused by insects, or liquid spills, such hopes or ripe may not appear before the cleaning but they result from previous, but they previous weakening of fibres. 5. prevent or correct holes caused by insects or acid apillage, such holes may not appear before dry-cleaning, but result from previous weakening of the fibres. 6. correct excessive shine on clothes caused by wear or extreme heat and pressure used used in home ironing 7. correct por home spot removal procedures such as colour loss caused by excessive rubbing of delicate fabrics or colour reaction or holes in the fabric caused by failure to rinse stain removal agents from the fabric.