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Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.

Garments sent for laundry are immersed in water during the cleaning cycle, whilst garments which require Dry Cleaning are immersed in a spirit called ‘Perclorethylene’.

When garments which are meant for dry cleaning are washed instead, the most common damages that can occur include shrinking and/or ‘bubbling’ along the interlinings of the garment, as well as permanent creasing of the material.