What is drycleaning?

Drycleaning is the use of organic solvents to remove soil and stains from fabric.
It is called drycleaning because the process contains little or no water.

When washed in water, natural fibres such as wool and silk can shrink, distort and even lose colour. Synthetic fibres such as polyester also respond well to drycleaning.

Drycleaning solvents actually dissolve and remove grease and oil stains.
Water by itself cannot do this.

Other stains require specialised treatment to remove them, known as spotting.
Whilst many can be removed quickly with steam, others require a high level of skill and expertise from the cleaner.

Drycleaning does not cause creasing or distortion, neither does it remove unwanted creases or restore the loss of shape caused by wear. Our skilled drycleaners, by steam pressing, will be able to re-shape the garment, replace the required creases and eliminate unwanted wrinkles.

Quality Service

We follow the guidelines of the Textile Services Association (TSA) and as Individual Members of The Guild Of Cleaners and Launderers, our staff take pride in the quality we deliver to our customers every day.