Dry Cleaning...
What is Dry Cleaning?
Dry cleaning uses fluids to remove soil and stains
from fabric. In fact, the term "Dry Cleaning" is
misleading; it is called dry cleaning because the
fluid contains little or no water and does not
penetrate the fibers the same way as does water.
The advantage of dry cleaning is its ability to
dissolve greases and oils in a way that water
cannot. Dry Cleaning helps to return garments to
you in a like-new condition.
What is Wet Cleaning?
Wet cleaning starts with the pre-treatment of spots
and stains using special cleaning agents. Wet cleaning is
the process of removing soils from garments and other
textile items through the use of water and additives (such
as detergent) and using precautions to prevent shrinkage,
loss of color, and fabric distortion.