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Eco-Friendly Dry Cleaners

September 28, 2020

Apni Laundry's dry cleaning services in Tricity and Zirakpur uses 100% toxin-free technologies that are innovative, safe, and environmentally-friendly. Ordinary dry cleaners use harsh chemicals such as perchlorethylene or siloxane and high levels of heat to dry clean your clothes. At Apni Laundry Garment Care, our modern dry cleaning machines and experts use toxin-free solvents and detergents to clean your clothes. This enables us to return your clothes cleaner and without the chemical smell.

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How to find best Dry Cleaners near you!

August 25, 2020

Finding a good dry cleaner in your area can not only save you money but is one of your best clothing investments. Good quality clothes are expensive and we need them to last as long as possible. That will only happen if the clothes are cleaned correctly each time. When you find that reliable cleaner that offers wet laundry and dry cleaning, you've found your best clothing care partner. Use these tips to select the best dry cleaner near you that fits your budget and clothing needs.

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Why Do Colour Bleed?

August 23, 2020

Color bleeding occurs when clothing manufacturers rely on ineffective dying techniques or cheap dyes. Sometimes the dyes are simply unstable or not permanently set in the fabric. Other times, manufacturers over dye clothes so they'll appear brighter and more vibrant in the store, but then fade the first time you wash them.

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WAYS TO MAKE CLOTHES LAST LONGER

August 20, 2020

The longer your clothing lasts, the more money you’ll have in your pocket! There are many ways that you can avoid color loss, shrinkage, and stretching, here are some of our tips to preserving the quality of your wardrobe.

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Dangers of Perc Solvent

May 14, 2020

The chemical tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene)—commonly called perc—is a central nervous system depressant. It can enter the body through inhaling, touching the skin or through contaminated drinking water. There are more 35,000 garment cleaners in the United States, and more than 85% of them use perc as their primary cleaning agent.

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