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Bedroom and Dry Cleaning

Cleaning your linens and soaking them in hot water or washing them at a professional cleaner helps prevent pollen allergies. Additionally, if you hang dry your linens or comforter, be sure to dry them inside or in the drier, not outside. This will help prevent outside allergens to cling onto your newly cleaned bedroom items.

Bathroom and Dry Cleaners

If you have a nice shower curtain, pay attention to it. Because bathrooms get steamy and are notoriously wet, mold can find its home on your curtain. Take your shower curtain to a cleaner to make sure its thoroughly cleaned.

Rug Cleaning and Living Rooms

Do you own any rugs? When you clean your rugs, dry cleaning is the best option for your rug. Dust mites can litter your rugs because of the stagnant nature of their purpose. When you clean rugs, cold water isn't as effective in killing dust mites. According to an article on AAFA, "Dry cleaning kills all dust mites and is also good for removing dust mites from living in fabrics." Source

Quick Transfer Cleaning

When you leave laundry in the washer for too long, it can begin to collect mold. Be sure to transfer your clothes into the drier immediately when you wash them, so they don't sit and collect potential mold! If you need help, dry cleaning might be a good option for you.

If you have any questions about our services, contact Gristy's Dry Cleaners today!