FABRICARE :: MR.CLEAN INFO

( MCFC//mr.clean fabricare centre)

Hi, we have a series of fabricare tips….stay close with us!!

FACT vs FICTION (MCI 008)
Can a drycleaner prevent dye bleeding?
- Not at all, in fact the manufacturer should determine care procedures through testing to ensure the dyes that can withstand dry cleaning solvent and/ or wet cleaning.

mrclean MCI 008

FABRICARE :: PROBLEM & SOLUTION

( MCFC//mr.clean fabricare centre)

Hi, we have a series of fabricare tips….stay close with us!!

Color Loss/ Dye Bleeding (PS 003)
Q: Your red cloths got mixed in with white cloths and ruined them?
A: Step 1 – Don’t dry the cloths.
Step 2 – Wash again with regular detergent and color-safe bleach.
Step 3 – If that didn’t work, consult a dry cleaner.

mrclean PS 003

FABRICARE :: MR.CLEAN INFO

( MCFC//mr.clean fabricare centre)

Hi, we have a series of fabricare tips….stay close with us!!

What is Dry Cleaning? (MCI 001)
Dry Cleaning is the uses of solvent to remove soils and stains from fabric. It’s called “dry cleaning” because the solvent contain little or no water and does not penetrate the fibre as water does.

Among the advantages of dry cleaning is its ability to dissolve grease and oils in a way water cannot. Natural fibres such as wools and silks dry clean beautiful, but can shrink, distort, and lose colour when washed in water. Synthetic fibres such as polyester also respond well to dry cleaning.

Eventually dry cleaning helps to return garments to a “like-new” condition using precautions to prevent shrinkage, loss of colour and fabric distortion.

mrclean MCI 001