Today the choice to wet clean or dry clean a garment mostly falls on personal preference, as both technologies offer safe and sustainable benefits. Garments with high amounts of water-based soil like food, beverages, blood, or sweat will clean much easier in wet cleaning, with less risk associated with localized stain removal. Wet cleaning also offers benefits for anyone sensitive to chemicals as all of Kreussler’s Lanadol products are dermatology tested and certified for the eco-label Blue Angel. In general, whites stay whiter, and colors stay brighter in wet cleaning. Dry cleaning ensures there is no risk for shrinkage or distortion and provides the quickest way to clean and return a garment. Soil originating from grease and oil respond better to dry cleaning, and for high end structured garments, it makes the most sense to dry-clean them.
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