FAQs

Q?Do we dye garments?
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Unfortunately there are few dyeing operations that exist. Dry Cleaners typically do not dye garments.

Q?What is the turnaround time?
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Our typical time for garments is two to three full business days depending on our days piece count. We are however a full service plant which means we can accommodate same day & next day services if you bring your garments in the early morning.

Q?Is work completed on premises?
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Yes! Our work is completed onsite. No need to worry about where your garments go or how clean the facility is. We are a full service plant ready to assist you with your garment needs.

Q?How does dry cleaning work?
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Despite its name dry cleaning is not dry. The system uses solvents that remove most stains from soft goods. Dry cleaners typically use Perc as their primary solvent. Today’s dry cleaning process uses non-water-based solvents to remove soil and stains. In the Dry Cleaning process garments are initially pretreated and then placed in the drum of the machine. Solvent is evenly distributed and the agitation process begins. The agitation process is similar to a home washer. Once the cleaning cycle is complete the machine begins to extract and dry the solvents. Upon completion of the extraction cycle the garments are completely dry and ready for pressing.