- published: 14 Oct 2012
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The community showed support for, Union Dry Cleaners owner Homer Holiday by holding a vigil in front of his shop.The FOX 31 Newscast is Albany, Georgia's only 10PM local newscast. For more local Albany, Georgia stories, visit http://www.mysouthwestga.com.
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Dry cleaning is the process of removing soil and stains with solvent rather than water. It is called dry cleaning because the solvent contains little or no water and has no effect on swelling or shrinking fabric fibers. We begin by removing spots and stains with the use of steam and/or spotting agents. The garments are then loaded into the dry cleaning machine. The clothes go in dry and come out dry. The machine agitates the garments to loosen embedded dirt. Clothes are inspected and hung. Then they are sent to the finishing department. The clothes are pressed to Holiday Cleaners' standards and then sent back for a final inspection. If no spots, stains, or rough finished areas are found, the clothes are bagged and hung on the conveyor. They are now ready to be picked up by the cus...
Over 80% of dry cleaners in the United States use percholorethylene (perc.) in their cleaning process. Perc. is a dangerous chemical that can cause cancer, create breathing and heart problems and damage the environment. Even small leaks of perc. can be hazardous. It is important that perc. dry cleaning facilities minimize their perc. emissions through regular inspection, and prompt repairs of leaks. The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency regulates perc. usage and will help owners and operators of dry cleaning facilities learn how to properly inspect and check for leaks in a few easy steps. Please watch our video for instructions on perc. compliance. To make sure you and your employees are safe from dangerous perc. emissions, and to follow the law, just remember: Inspect, Repair and Reco...
Dry cleaning is a process that cleans clothes without water. The cleaning fluid that is used is a liquid, and all garments are immersed and cleaned in a liquid solvent -- the fact that there is no water is why the process is called "dry." In this video HowStuffWorks takes a behind-the-scenes look at the dry-cleaning process so that you can understand what happens to your clothes after you drop them off at the cleaners! Credits: , HowStuffWorks
Your new Union dry cleaning machine is handled with care at all times.
http://www.townandcountrydrycleaners.com/ Located two lights east of the Osceola Square Mall on the corner of Dyer and West Vine Street (192) in Kissimmee, Florida. Town & Country Dry Cleaners always provides high quality and service at competitive prices. Stop by and pass through our drive-thru for speedy pick-up and drop-offs or call us at (407) 870-8747.
Some dry cleaning customers in Menlo Park said they are getting more than just clean clothes. The owner of the business is accused of putting thousands of extra dollars on customers’ credit cards. Joe Vazquez reports. (10/9/14)
This is the multi-matic dry cleaning machine and the spotting board that this company uses. The dry cleaner machine uses a chemical called Perc or Perchloroethylene, also known as Tetrachloroethylene. http://www.epa.gov/oppt/existingchemicals/pubs/perchloroethylene_fact_sheet.html This machine is not a green machine it does not use a safe hydrocarbon solvent; the same type of hydrocarbons used in waterless hand sanitizer.