Help your drycleaner do a better job.
When you take your garments to the drycleaner please:
- Tell them of any stains that are on the garment and any actions you may have taken to remove the stains.
- Tell them about any special concerns you may have about buttons, broken zippers, tears, etc.
- Point out any issues of wear and tear you have about the garment.
This information is a great help in assisting the drycleaner to care for your garments.
The Drycleaning Process!
Step 1: Identification and Inspection
When you leave garments for cleaning they are inspected and identified with a tag which stays with the garment until it is returned to you.
Step 2: Spotting and stain removal
Your trained drycleaner skillfully removes spots and stains in conjunction with a number of specialized solutions.
Step 3: Sorting
Garments are sorted for cleaning by category and colour with consideration being given to the manufacturers recommended care label instructions.
Step 4: Drycleaning
Garments are then drycleaned using a special internationally standard clear solution which removes dirt and grease safely from the most delicate and sensitive fabrics.
Step 5: Drying
Garments are dried using temperatures appropriate to the type of garment and in conjunction with any recommendation from the manufacturer's care label instructions.
Step 6: Pressing and Finishing
Garments are pressed to give those crisp clear pleats and creases that signify a drycleaned garment. Garments are steam formed to restore body and shape and remove wrinkles.
Step 7: Final inspection and packaging
Garments are given a final inspection and prepared for collection.