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Laundry facilities

Of or relating to any commercial establishment where customers pay to use washing machines or to have clothes professionally cleaned by others.

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oxygen bleach

Consumer services; Laundry facilities

Oxidize soil coloring through the direct use of free oxygen release. These are usually basedon sodium perborate, sodium percarbonate, or hydrogen peroxide.

Dry cleaning

Consumer services; Laundry facilities

It uses solvent to remove soils and stains from fabric in specially designed machines. It is called dry cleaning because the solvent contains little or no water and does not penetrate the fibres as ...


Consumer services; Laundry facilities

Professional laundering for shirts and other "washable" items is another process your cleaner uses to keep your garments looking their best. Special detergents, additives, and finishes set commercial ...


Consumer services; Laundry facilities

Martinizing Dry Cleaning is an upscale dry cleaning franchise providing high quality and service at competitive pricing. In business since 1949, Martinizing Dry Cleaning is one of the oldest and the ...

Spot cleaning

Consumer services; Laundry facilities

It means you only address the part of the garment that has a spot on it. Not all garments can be just spot cleaned. The spotting treatment could leave a "ring" that can only be removed by proper ...

Wet cleaning

Consumer services; Laundry facilities

Wet cleaning is the professional process of removing soils from garments and other textile items through the use of water.

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