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GARMENT CARE:

Best Dry Cleaners is pleased to bring you the following valuable fabric care  information.

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Fabrics by Fiber

By possessing a variety of materials in your wardrobe, you can stay fashion forward and on top of the on-going trends.

In order to take care of your various garments and fabrics, however, you must have patience and knowledge of the behavior of each material.

Not all garments can survive a cycle in the washer or dryer.

Keep in mind that Best Dry Cleaners spotting folks are like a family of Artists. The have years of experience working with every fabric, chemical, tool and material imaginable.

They have a full palette of spotting materials and techniques available to get out even the most terrible of stains the first time they touch the garment.

Get the garment to us as soon as possible after noticing a stain and you will be giving us the best chance of getting out your worst stains the first time we see it.
 

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Acetate Garment Care:


There are many types of knits made of acetate fabric.


Most garments made from acetate do need to be professionally dry-cleaned.


There are a few types of knits that can be washed by hand.


Check the sewn-in garment label to see what type of knit your acetate garment has and how it needs to be cleaned.

If it can be hand washed, use warm water and a neutral and mild soap.


Be sure not to let a colored acetate garment soak in the water because it could make the color fade.

When drying the garment, do not twist or ring it, but use a cool iron to press the water out of both sides of the article. If the piece of clothing has a circular type of knit, it should definitely be laid flat to dry.


Acrylic Garment Care:

Acrylic garments are easy to keep clean because they can either be washed or dry-cleaned.

In a washing machine, acrylic garments should be washed in warm water and a fabric softener should be added during the last rinse cycle to keep the garment soft and fresh.

The garments can be dried in a dryer at a low temperature. Be sure to remove the items from the dryer as soon as they are done drying to prevent wrinkling.

If an acrylic item needs to be ironed, use a moderately warm iron to do so.


Cotton Garment Care:

Cotton is one of the most popular fabrics not just because of its comfort but because it also creates an easy garment to keep clean.

Cotton can be washed in the washer at even the hottest of temperatures. Any detergent can be used and bleach can also be used as needed.

Cotton can wrinkle easily but an iron on the highest heat is still safe to use on the fabric.

Lycocell Garment Care:

Lycocell is a material that is made up of different types of knits as well.

It can either be dry-clean only or machine washable.

Check the care label on the garment before deciding the method to use to clean it.

If the garment can be washed in the machine, more than likely it will need to be washed and dried at a low temperature.

If ironing is needed for the item, put the iron at a moderately warm temperature.


The above information is from Garmentcare.Info.

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 Nylon Garment Care:

Nylon is a fabric that is easily maintained and cleaned.

It can be washed and dried in machines in warm water.

In order to reduce static electricity, add a fabric softener sheet to the drying cycle.

Polyester Garment Care:


Most polyester items can be easily washed and dried in a machine.

Check the care label to be sure the specific garment does not need to be dry-cleaned before throwing it in the washer.

If the item can be washed, use warm water and fabric softener.

Dry the garment on a low temperature and use a moderately warm iron if needed.

Rayon Garment Care:

Dry-cleaning is usually the best way to clean most garment made from rayon.

There are some types of knits that can handle a hand wash for cleaning. Lukewarm or cool water and mild soap should be used for cleaning.

The article should not be wrung or twisted to dry and should be shaken or smoothed out and placed on a quality hanger to dry.

Rayon can also be pressed with a cool iron if needed.

Silk Garment Care:

Silk is a picky type of material that usually can only be dry-cleaned.

If silk is pre-washed, however, it can withstand hand washing.

A mild soap and lukewarm water should be used to clean silk garments and chlorine bleach should never be used.

Spandex Garment Care:

Spandex is a material that can be washed in a machine or by hand.

Only color safe bleach should be used on spandex garments.

They should be dripped dry or dried in the machine on the lowest setting to avoid shrinkage of the items.

Wool Garment Care:


Read how to care for wool garments, avoid wrinkles and keep them looking better for longer.


Once a wool garment is worn, it should be left on a quality hanger for 24 hours. Any wrinkles that were produced during the wear generally release by themselves if the garment is left hanging for a period of time.


The above information is from Garmentcare.Info.

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