What is Wet Cleaning? The Wet Cleaning Dry Cleaner

Wet cleaning dry cleaner?

Our expert pioneering cleaner Alex Zachos from Glenforest Cleaners explains:

Wet cleaning is the equivalent to dry cleaning without any toxic chemicals. Wet cleaning is a superior, water-based cleaning process, it is more hygienic and an environmentally green choice. It is gentler on your clothes and you’ll find that your whites are whiter and colors are brighter. What does the David Suzuki Foundation have to say?

Wet cleaning is a combination of the following:
  • Low levels of water and very little mechanical action.
  • A core benefit of the Miele machines used at Glenforest is their low abrasion nature.
  • Low abrasion means your clothes are cleaned in the gentlest fashion possible – ensuring the greatest lifespan for your clothes.
  • Items made with 100% wools, cashmere, silks, and other delicate fabrics can now be safely cleaned, treated and finished through wet cleaning.
  • Wet cleaning is the equivalent to dry cleaning without any toxic chemicals.
  • A wet cleaning process uses water to clean your clothes. In dry cleaning toxic chemicals take the place of water.
  • Wet cleaning is a superior cleaning process, it is more hygienic and an environmentally green choice. It is gentler on your clothes and you’ll find that your whites are whiter and colors are brighter.
  • A specially formulated detergent and finishing agent are used in the cleaning process. The detergent is designed to clean your clothes more gently than hand-washing . The finishing agent maintains the new look of your clothes.
  • The detergent and finishing agent are both environmentally safe and pose no impact to the environment.
  • Specialized finishing equipment forms and finishes each garment without shine or impressions.

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