Tell the Dry Cleaner Everything About Spots on Clothing

It is costly to ruin an expensive piece of clothing by cleaning it improperly. If you have tried to remove a spot before taking the garment to a dry cleaner, make sure you let the cleaners know what you have already tried. It can make a difference in how they will treat the spot. It is always a good idea to air out dry cleaned garments in your garage or a spare room so the leftover gases can escape. Take them out of the dry cleaning bag and let them air out for 24 hours, before hanging in the closet.

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August 22, 20050 found this helpful

You wouldn't have to air out your clothes if you took them to a dry cleaners that uses "Green Earth." There's no odor, and it's a lot less harsh on clothes. Beads stay the same color and won't melt. It's all around better.

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