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The industry standard, approved by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, regulates the dry cleaning process, provides for those cases , when the removal of stains is impossible (i.e. when exposed to chemicals, some stains may remain or as a result of chemical treatment the thing may deteriorate). If it is probable, the dry cleaning receiver warns the consumer about this danger and, accordingly, makes an entry in the receipt "without quality assurance". In 90% of cases with things taken without a guarantee, everything is fine and stains are removed, but you must be warned once again.
The same industry standard provides for what happens to a thing during the dry cleaning process: its position on damage to things is set out on only one page and it will take a maximum of 5 minutes to get acquainted with these cases, which is worth doing. Things do not deteriorate by dry cleaning or dry cleaning, no one puts stains, they are treated with chemistry, and with the help of machines, where everything is strictly metered, so you can intentionally spoil a thing only if you clean it with a handicraft method. What is the matter, as some say, does it look right? Clothing manufacturers, in pursuit of fashion, often do not follow technological processes and produce low-quality things, in addition, they combine such materials on things, it is almost impossible to process at the same time, for example, leather + fabric - different processing processes for each component. With all these parameters, the manufacturer By the way puts a dry cleaning sign, which is a technological instruction for a chemist who starts working with a thing, while the sign is the same for everything: fabrics, leather, accessories. But this is not correct, because different fabrics and accessories can be processed in completely different ways, hence the final results.
Damage to things must be described so that when you return them you are one hundred percent sure that the case was returned to you not in the worst, but in the best condition. The description of stains has a twofold need: firstly, it is a guideline for processing individual parts of your thing, removing dirtier places and drawing the attention of the technologist to this or that pollution, secondly, helping the chemist, does not guess, guess and does not investigate the stains, and immediately at your direction applies a direct chemical of action on a specific stain (for example, if it is blood - for blood, drink - for a drink, etc.).
The shrinkage of the thing occurs only as a result of the use of water in the process of removing stains. Modern dry cleaning does not shrink or practically does not. Why practically and because the industry standard provides for shrinkage of things, if this is expressed as a percentage, then the shrinkage after dry cleaning will be less than 1%, that is, there is almost no shrinkage. If shrinkage has occurred, then the technological process has been disrupted.
Dry cleaning is not when, as ordinary people say, it is rubbed with brushes or treated with steam. No, by the way, they are processed only with chemicals without brushes. Dry cleaning got its name from the fact that not a drop of water is used in cleaning machines, and the thing itself is cleaned with chemicals. Therefore, dry clean that
without water.
If the stain was not removed or something was done wrong, naturally the thing can be left for repeated cleaning. On the second or third time, stains may or may not be. Is it worth cleaning up? We work with the stains until they come out. Keep in mind that old stains will stick to the fabric.
In dry cleaning, only professional chemicals are used, and not household chemicals available to consumers. What is the real secret of removing stains with household chemicals? Everything is very simple. Professional chemicals are not only designed to remove stains, but also to better protect things. Simply put, an antidote is immediately added to the poison - stains are removed and tissue damage is not caused. In household chemicals, on the contrary, there is poison, but there is no antidote. The only task is to remove the stain. The result of using household chemicals is not always visible immediately, from the first time it may seem that everything is fine and there are no stains. But wash your clothes and, for example, you will see that a whitish spot appeared on your yellow blouse in place of the old one. Where from ??? It's just that your super reagent ate everything and even the paint of your jacket. That is why we always take, without a guarantee, those things that were processed by the consumer to us on their own.
After dry cleaning, I found a small dot (like a burnt one) on my jacket - it was your employees who burned my thing with chemicals! The answer to the hole, which appeared, but did not form after dry cleaning, is simple and it is also described in the above industry standard. A hole in a thing, discovered after dry cleaning, is the elementary fact of eating clothes by a moth that disappeared from a cigarette, a place of excessive friction ... The question arises: why did not this hole exist before the item was handed over to dry cleaning? The answer is also simple: due to pollution, individual minor damages may not appear on things during operation due to contamination and they may not be noticeable, but after chemical treatment they appear.
In this phrase, the keywords are a new coat, which is 10-15 years old. In modern conditions, well-known clothing manufacturers guarantee its quality for one or two seasons, while most often these are things not for daily use. Of course, we can say that the thing that was sewn is of higher quality and stronger than what is being done now. One way or another, but the case is 8, 15 or 20 years old, while the client has never cleaned this thing, then how can you remove all stains in one cleaning, most of which are more than 5 years old ??? This is simply not possible. For example, you can draw an analogy: when you come to the hospital to see a cosmetic surgeon at the age of 50, ask him to make a 20 year old beauty. No matter how well you have done everything, you will not look for 20 years. It is the same with a thing - it is necessary to maintain it all the time in proper condition and naturally exploit it.
In times of crisis, some entrepreneurs may express such an opinion, perhaps drawing an analogy with their production. We would be happy to find domestic analogues of chemicals, but we do not have such substitute chemicals. We work only with chemistry made in Germany and Italy.
If your problem is the quality of dry cleaning and you are not satisfied with it, they can help you send the case for cleanings. If this is not enough, you can submit a written application addressed to the director of the enterprise and you will be answered within the time period established by law. If this is not enough, at our stands at each reception point there are addresses and phone numbers of representatives of regulatory authorities who are able to accept and consider your complaint on the merits.
According to the instructions, when taking things for dry cleaning, the percentage of its wear must be indicated. Accordingly, if a thing was washed or handed over to dry cleaning two or more times, it is already worn out by 50% or more. A case that has just been bought and taken out of the store has a wear rate of 10%, so the percentage of wear is strictly regulated by instructions, which you can familiarize yourself with at each of our reception points.