Dry-cleaning is wonderful for removing general grime from clothing but may not work on specific stains. If your clothes have stains, always point it out in advance and tell the cleaner what it is, if you know. Giving a heads-up will help your cleaner do a better job.
Check Your Garments
Check your garments before you leave the shop to ensure that stains are gone. If the stain is still there, ask the cleaner to try again.
Keep It Together
In an attempt to save money, we sometimes take in only one piece of a suit or outfit. That’s not a good idea because the color of items that are dry cleaned more frequently may pale in comparison to their matching pieces. Saving a little bit now may ruin your outfit.
Store Clothing Properly
The plastic bags that dry cleaners use are just meant to help you get your garments home dust free. Do not store your clothing in the bags even for a short time. The bags can cause damage like yellowing or spotting.