Dry cleaning is a process that uses non-water-based solvents to clean garments. Clothes are placed into a machine resembling a large washer, and the chamber is partially filled with a powerful solvent. The machine agitat... More »

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To dry clean at home, open a home dry cleaning kit, pretreat stains, fill the bag with clothing and a dry cleaning pad, process it in a dryer, then iron and reshape the garments. This two-hour process requires a home dry... More »

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There is no definitive answer whether dry or steam cleaning carpets is better, as the processes are different, with steam cleaning using hot water to clean carpet and dry cleaning using chemical compounds to remove dirt ... More »

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Dry cleaning is more expensive than traditional soap and water-washing methods, due to the high cost of chemicals and labor. Expect to pay more than $10.00 for cleaning a two-piece suit or a dress. Cut that price in half... More »

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Though specific processes vary between companies, most professional shower cleanings involve a process that heats up tiles and the surrounding grout so that the cleaning solution is able to dislodge and remove the debris... More »

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Dry cleaning is a labor-extensive task, so the majority of the cost is attributed to labor. Costs of dry cleaning vary widely depending on the quality of the service, material of clothing and the location of the dry clea... More »

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Consumers can compare dry cleaning prices on sites such as DryCleaningSearch.com or by visiting the websites of local dry cleaners. DryCleaningSearch.com features a nationwide network of dry cleaning service providers an... More »

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