Dry Cleaning/Wet Cleaning
Dyes
Types of Soils
Fibers And Fabrics
Trims And Linings
Finishing
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DYES
The various dyes used to color fibers and fabrics can often determine whether or not an article is washed or drycleaned. In general, man-made fibers are solution-dyed and respond equally well to either process. Dyes used for rayons, on the other hand, respond very poorly to water. Silk and wool dyes often respond poorly to water, and silk garments are normally drycleaned rather than laundered or wetcleaned. Other types of dyes may respond well to water, but not so well in drycleaning solvent.

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