FAQ

Question 1: What is dry cleaning, and why should it be preferred?

Answer: Dry cleaning is a method of cleaning clothes using a solvent instead of water. This method is ideal for fabrics that are sensitive to water or require special care. Dry cleaning is a safe way to keep your clothes clean and fresh for longer.

Question 2: How does dry cleaning work?

Answer: The dry cleaning process involves washing your clothes in a special machine with a specific solvent at a certain temperature. The clothes are then carefully dried and pressed. This process effectively removes stains and cleans your clothes.

Question 3: Which garments require dry cleaning?

Answer: Generally, fabrics such as wool, silk, and velvet that are delicate or sensitive to water require dry cleaning. Additionally, garments that need special treatment or stain removal are suitable for dry cleaning.

Question 4: How long does dry cleaning take?

Answer: The duration of dry cleaning can vary depending on the type of garment and the complexity of the job. Typically, clothes are cleaned and made ready within a few days.

Question 5: What are the prices for your dry cleaning services?

Answer: Prices can vary depending on the type and size of the garment and the cleaning requirements. For more information and pricing, please contact us or check our website’s price list.

Question 6: What chemicals are used in the dry cleaning process?

Answer: The dry cleaning process commonly uses special solvents like perchloroethylene (PERC). However, eco-friendly dry cleaning options are also available, and you can find more information on this topic on our website.