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technology of dry cleaning

technology of dry cleaning

a manual of principles and practice

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Published by Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Journal for the Guild of Dyers and Cleaners. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementgeneral editor: James Barr.
ContributionsBarr, James, b.1891., Guild of Dyers and Cleaners.
The Physical Object
Pagination104p.
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14137832M

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Cleaning Cleaning and disinfection should be considered as two discrete steps in the cleaning procedure. Cleaning is the complete removal of residues and soil from surfaces, leaving them visually clean so that subsequent disinfection will be effective. Without effective cleaning, disinfection will.

The chemicals used in home dry cleaning don't accumulate in the environment, and, compared to perchlorethylene, they are fairly safe. In the end, home dry cleaning kits don't represent a major step forward in cleaning technology.

The kits simply take advantage of some pretty basic chemistry (the generation of steam from water, for example). In its simplest definition, the process known as “dry cleaning” can be described as washing or cleaning clothing and laundry items in anything other than water. Dry cleaning still involves liquids or non-water solvents that are “wet.” Learn more about the dry cleaning process.

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Cloths used to clean shelves should not be used to clean books. Two-person teams, using book carts and a vacuum, are best able to clean a large volume of books.