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TRIMS & LININGS
Most garments have trims (e.g., buttons) of some sort that can determine how the garment is cleaned. In addition, various linings and other findings (e.g., felts, interfacing, pads) often are used in garment construction that can present problems when cleaning. If, for example, any differential shrinkage of tailored articles (e.g., men's suits) occurs during processing, undesirable distortion and puckering can occur. This happens because the felts or linings used in the construction respond differently to the care process than the shell fabric. In general there is less chance for damage using the drycleaning process in place of wetcleaning.

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