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How effective is Wet cleaning? The Green Drycleaner in Reno!

Now that Spot cleaners has gone 100% Green with wet cleaning, I wanted to convey how well the process the process has been working. We have now been wetcleaning for 9 days and, so far, the results are fantastic! We have wetcleaned everything from men’s wool suits to full wool trenchcoats to fine silks and all have resulted in a superior product. The clothes come out smelling fresh and clean with no chemical smell.

One of my customers has been insisting that we convert to a greener cleaning method and now that we have, he is estatic. Another customer just recently commented that his suits are smelling fresher with any chemical smell. We even told him days ago that we converted to a green system but he just assumed that we switched to another solvent. He didn’t realize that we were using water as the cleaning agent and now loves the results.

Being the only 100% Green drycleaner in Reno, NV gives us an edge on the competition. Wetcleaning is a superior method but does require more labor costs. Not only is the pressing and finishing more extensive, but the wetcleaning process requires more careful monitoring. We use tensioning equipment to steam and blow out the clothing prior to pressing. Wetcleaning requires specialized finishing equipment and additional training in order to properly clean garments.

Now that we have converted to be the first wetcleaning drycleaner in Reno, Nevada, we know that this process is the wave of the future for the drycleaning industry.  It is proving to be a superior method of cleaning and is 100% eco friendly.

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You rock!!! When I use “dry” cleaning again, it will definitely be you! Thank you for contributing to the greater welfare of our community.

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