What Stains Can Dry Cleaners Help Remove
Just because you’ve stained your favorite top or pants doesn’t mean those pants are ruined forever. Dry cleaning can remove tough stains from your clothing to help your favorite pieces look like new again. If you want to know what stains dry cleaners can help remove, read on.
Among the most common stains are tannin stains. These types of stains are water-based. Some examples of tannin stains include wine, tea, and coffee. A dry cleaner can remove most of these stains. However, some tannin stains have other ingredients, like sugar or dairy, that require additional attention.
Another common type of stain that is more stubborn is fat, grease, and oil stains. These types of stains are nearly impossible to remove at home. However, a reputable dry cleaner can tackle these stains with ease. Whether you’ve spilled motor oil, butter, lotion, cooking oil or hair care products on your clothing, a dry cleaner can remove these stains to extend the lifespan of your favorite pieces.
Another difficult stain to remove is a protein-based stain. Protein-based stains are stains caused by blood, sweat, meat, dairy, or eggs. A dry cleaner can remove these stains using enzymes that digest the proteins, without damaging your clothing.
The final type of stain a dry cleaner can remove is a dye stain. Dye stains can be caused by vegetable dye like grass or fruit, or ink dye from pens. When trying to remove these stains at home, you can actually make the stain worse. Instead of trying to fix these stains on your own, reach out to your local dry cleaner to tackle these stains for you.
If you have stained clothing, don’t store it. This actually makes your clothing harder to clean. Instead, bring it to Oak Neck Cleaners. You can drop off your clothing at our location, or we can pick it up for you. To schedule your free pick-up, give us a call at 631-422-4339 today!