If you look at the signboards or promotional materials of nearby laundry cleaning, they advertise their washing techniques with terms such as ‘wet cleaning’, ‘organic cleaning’, ‘aqua cleaning’, and ‘laundry wash’.
As I explained earlier, dry cleaning alone can be half-washed, so clothes that should only be dry cleaned are combined with washing with water.
In that sense, the term ‘two-way cleaning’ is also used in the sense of water washing and dry cleaning twice.
In fact, even in Joe’s Organic Dry Cleaners, especially in summer, for fresher clothes, both are combined, but the price is set at one time. We are doing our best to provide special service.
Let’s take a look at the basic meaning of ‘wet cleaning’.
Wet cleaning refers to a method of washing laundry that should originally be dry-cleaned with water without damaging the original form by using a neutral detergent in lukewarm water below 40℃, which is inevitable due to a large number of water-soluble stains.
Therefore, in terms of operation, there are cases where it is similar to low-temperature laundry, but the original meaning is not laundry to the end, but a special treatment using water.
In addition, there is a responsibility to finish it so that it does not look inferior to dry cleaning.
Whether or not to perform wet cleaning is also made according to the judgment of the person in charge of the treatment when there is a prospect of whether the clothes can withstand the treatment or can be restored even if the shape is distorted.
The important thing here is that since dry cleaning alone does not completely wash clothes, wash them in water within a range that does not deform the clothes.
For example, if clothes such as cotton or synthetic fiber coats, jackets, and padding for autumn and winter wear that require dry cleaning are heavily soiled, they cannot be cleaned unless they are washed in water. In such a case, since only half of the contaminated clothes cannot be handed out to the customer according to the washing indication, the laundry company judges and performs more difficult water washing in terms of time and technology.
It is not a difficult level of wet cleaning for clothes of that level, but with the current most outstanding wet cleaning technology, all clothes including leather and fur can be washed with water, and even after washing, the quality is higher than that of dry cleaning.
Excellent wet cleaning technology is an excellent detergent and chemical and skilled know-how of water washing.
For example, when we buy clothes right away at a department store, the clothes feel great, the color is great, and the shape is perfect.
However, through multiple washes, whether washed in water or dry-cleaned, the texture gradually deteriorates, the color darkens, and the shape gradually deteriorates.
Wouldn’t it be nice if every time you did dry cleaning, it felt like buying clothes for the first time?
Of course, it won’t be perfect, but if you wash clothes cleanly, effectively add various types of processing agents used when making clothes, and finish ironing well, there will be no more great dry cleaning with laundry.
What matters here is the processing agent and processing technology used to make the clothes.