Wet cleaning uses based water does not use hazardous chemicals, generate harmful wastes, or contribute pollution. For more information on wet cleaning, please visit the EPA’s website.
How is wet cleaning different than dry cleaning?
Wet cleaning chemicals are more gentle than dry cleaning chemicals. In the wet cleaning process, clothes are cleaned with water mild, yet effective detergents. Wet cleaning is a solvent-free, non-toxic process. It’s the safest method to professionally clean your clothes. Many garments that are labeled ‘dry-clean only’ can be safely wet cleaned. The wet cleaning process is more gentle than at-home laundry. It does not generate hazardous waste, nor does the process create air pollution and it reduces the potential for water and soil contamination.
Benefits of Wet Cleaning
- Soft to the Touch
- No Chemical Odors and No Residue
- Gentler than Hand Washing
- Fresh, Clean Scent
- Kind to Sensitive Skin
- Safe for your Clothing
- Better for Removing Stains
- Milder than Home Laundry Products
- Brighter, Vibrant Colors Without Fading
- Whiter Whites
- Gentle on the Environment