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FINISHING
Finishing processes used after wet and drycleaning vary, depending on the garments being processed, but generally involve steaming and pressing. Steam is used to relax wrinkled fibers. After steaming, the fibers are pressed and cooled to keep them in place. Pressing is the most important step, requiring considerable skill and training. As a general rule, finishing after wetcleaning is more labor intensive than that of drycleaned items.

SUMMARY
Many factors determine whether a drycleaning or a wetcleaning process is compatible with a particular garment or textile article. Your professional cleaner, therefore, must use his or her professional judgment to determine which process will restore the garment to a condition that is as close as possible to its "look like new" state.

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