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It is environmentally friendly and safe for many fibers
Created by nblinhua on May, 30 2016 with 2 Members

Get to know your [url=]Rayon Fabric[/url] cleaner on a first-name basis. When you take a hand-knit item to the cleaners, be very specific about the fibers in the article, the type of stain or soil, and the fact that the garment is a hand-knit. We love to give these special garments lots of TLC! Drycleaning is safe and the preferred method of cleaning for most silks, rayons, and wools. Drycleaning is a controlled method of cleaning textiles without water. When a well-trained drycleaner cleans hand-knits, he or she will control the moisture, heat, and mechanical action in order to remove soil without damaging the fiber. In the hands of a professional, your garment is safe. Wetcleaning is another method used by professionals. It works well on cottons, acrylics, wool blends, and many other fibers. Wetcleaning is not the same as "washing". Temperature, agitation, and detergent are carefully controlled. Wetcleaning is often described as "giving the garment a bath". More and more drycleaning professionals are being trained in the science of wetcleaning as an alternative to drycleaning when appropriate. It is environmentally friendly and safe for many fibers. Ask your cleaner if they feel it would be appropriate to wetclean your hand-knit. At our cleaners, we will also hand-clean garments for our customers who may not have the time or space to do so at home. Ask your [url=]Knitting Fabric[/url] cleaner if they provide this service.