6 Steps Premium Dry Cleaning
1. Inspection & Tagging
4. Dry Cleaning
2. Spotting Check
5. Steam & Press
3. Sorting Process
What is Dry Cleaning?
Technically, Dry Cleaning is not dry as a liquid solvent is required to clean your laundry instead of using water and detergent. This liquid solvent contains little or no water, thus the term "Dry Cleaning".
Benefits of Dry Cleaning
Enhancing & Restoration - Dry Cleaning aids in the restoration of the textile's characteristic which compromises of colours and texture. An example would be wedding gowns, aged fabric and curtains that often requires proper and thorough cleaning to prolong the fabric lifespan.
Prevention of Damage - Fabric materials are often exposed to Singapore's humid weather condition, causing mould and attracting unwanted pests such as silverfish. Under such conditions, mould will start to grow and insects will break down the fabric, causing unwanted damage. Thus, Dry Cleaning uses special chemicals during the cleaning process to prevent the likelihood of fabric damage.
Odour & Dust Removal - As Dry Cleaning uses a liquid solvent, upon encountering with fabric that lingers with odour such as cigarette smoke, cooking odour and dust, Oxidation occurs and therefore, the odour and dust will be eliminated in the process. This results in your fabric being scent-free as no detergent is added. It is a plus point for individuals that are allergic to certain chemical or detergent scent.