Dry Cleaning is a process that cleans clothes without water. The cleaning fluid that is used is a liquid, and all garments are immersed and cleaned in a liquid solvent — the fact that there is no water is why the process is called “dry cleaning.” Dry cleaning helps to return garments to a spotless condition using measures to prevent shrinkage, loss of color, and change of texture or finish. At National Dry Cleaners, we don’t use the old dangerous chemical perchloroethylene or perc. We use state of the art Hydrocarbon solvent that is safe for all uses and does not leave an odor.
We, at National Dry Cleaners, care for each garment as if it were our own. We get rid of dirt and everyday odors from a variety of fabrics without affecting the color or causing undesirable shrinkage. Each article of clothing goes through a detailed process, beginning with inspection, stain-removal and cleaning, then final inspection and packaging.
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