What is the difference between DRY Cleaning and WET Cleaning?

The Dirt on Dry Cleaning
February 23, 2017
What Is Wet Cleaning?
March 3, 2017

Dry Cleaning uses a chemical solvent other than water to suck out the stains in your garments leaving them with a strong smell of solvent, the color starts to fade over time and the actual garments become damage and unwearable. Not to mention dry cleaning is proved to be harmful to your health and the environment.

Wet cleaning is a type of dry cleaning that uses water, along with biodegradable soaps, and is environmentally friendly as stated by The Environmental Protection Agency

“According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), wet cleaning is the safest professional method of garment cleaning. It does not use hazardous chemicals, it does not generate hazardous waste, nor does the process create air pollution and it reduces the potential for water and soil contamination. The specialized detergents and conditioner used in the wet clean process are milder than home laundry products. All of the products are disposed of down the drain and easily handled by the local wastewater treatment facility.” 

So, if you care about your health and the environment, give wet cleaning a try. The Natural Laundry Company are offering 20% off your first order and free pick up and delivery service.

Visit our innovative studio and see how we clean and take care of your garments. The Natural Laundry Company is located at Reem Mall on Jumeirah Beach Road, Dubai.

Call us on 0589658383