How do they dry clean clothes?
It's always been a mystery to me how you can get clothes clean without water. Just wondered how they do it.
I think there is some type of solvent they put on the clothes and they put them into a machine like a dryer. The clothes are wet with the solvent they just are not soaked in water.
Does anyone know of a dry cleaner company in Provo? I found the site http://www.qualitycleanersut.com/Services/. It looks pretty good to me. Has anyone contacted them before? How was it?
See how dry cleaning works, the machines, the solvents and the dry cleaning process. Wet clothes but without water. read more
All I know is that they use some some of dry chemical powder. Dry cleaning shops always smell quite strange - and 'chemically' !!! (if that's a word!)
Well its pretty simple actually water is substituted by Perchloroethylene.
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