Is Dry Cleaning Effective For Cleaning Germs?

There is a long list of disease-causing microorganisms and germs that can be commonly found in our curtains, clothes, sheets, upholstery and fabrics, and interestingly, even inside our washing machines.

Washing curtains separately from others doesn't help either, as the virus – and disease-causing organisms literally hangs, alive and kicking inside the machine washer, even after the wash is complete and the clothes are removed. To solve this problem you need the help of professional curtain steaming.

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The dry cleaning process and your dryer, and not your home washer, is the answer here. The process addresses the most harmful microorganisms. Dry cleaning uses special chemicals to help remove dirt, and at the same time, the strong heat from the dryer does it for germs! 

The steaming process at the end of dry cleaning with chemical solvents, in addition to being effective in removing wrinkles, also removes unwanted residual materials and effectively kills bacteria.

It is necessary to reiterate that dry cleaning is effective in reducing and eliminating harmful bacteria and viruses to a safe level, but not zero bacteria.

Does the high temperature vaporization process really kill germs?

Without a doubt, the extreme temperatures of steam ironing clothes kill germs, allergens and bacteria. It kills not only disease-related germs, but also odor-causing bacteria and allergens. Steam cooking is originally designed for such a deep clean.

High-temperature steaming procedures used by dry cleaners are the safest and most effective way to remove germs from our fabrics. The steam, which penetrates deep into the molecules of the fabric, attacks and destroys diseases and microorganisms that cause bad odors.