Step 1: Inspection
Before proceeding to the on-site cleaning, we will further inspect the curtain’s fabric, how badly it is stained, and if on-site curtain cleaning is sufficient.
STEP 2: spot stain treatment
After inspection, we identify marks or stains that need thorough attention. Stain removal is one of the most critical procedures in our on-site curtain cleaning process. Our skilled experts then focus on lifting the spots as gently as possible using advanced modern techniques.
STEP 3: main steaming with vacuuming
Cleaning and steaming is the third and central point of Clean Care Dry Cleaning on-site curtain cleaning. After evaluating materials and spot stain removal cleaning. Our experts will use only the gentlest non-toxic chemicals and offer two environmentally friendly dry cleaning options using GreenEarth® solutions.
Step 4: Signature CareGuard Treatment
Lastly, our in house Signature CareGuard Treatment will be applied as a disinfectant to prevent bacteria, mold and etc. Keeping your curtains safe for you and your family.
Frequent Asked Questions
Professional dry cleaners use dry cleaning chemicals like tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene), also known as “perc” in the dry cleaning industry, evaporating quickly, unlike other substances used in the washing machine to clean soiled items of clothing.
Dry cleaners use big, high-tech machines to make your item of clothing cleaner. Suppose you’re wondering why dry cleaning machines don’t require water. In that case, it’s because they use a commercial cleaner that evaporates much faster than usual water. The solvent is continuously circulated throughout the entire process to remove impurities to be cleaner and fresher garments. Then the solvent is distilled and purified so it can be used again.
Incidents of damage to date have never occurred! – but we understand it’s common customer concern. That’s why we’re fully insured!
In the extremely rare event your item is damaged, we’ll reimburse you in accordance with our compensation policy. Please refer to the T&Cs for more details.
Many stains that are caused by food, oily substances, or beverages may become invisible when they dry out. But later on, with exposure to heat they will reappear (a step in the dry cleaning process). This is caused by the oxidation of the sugar in the staining substance. To increase the chances of removing the stain, it is recommended that you immediately mark the spot where the spill occurred with a piece of tape to make the dry cleaner aware of the invisible stain, on a piece of paper write what was spilled, and bring it to be cleaned immediately.