Farrow Dry Cleaning uses a deodorizing process that actually breaks up smoke molecules to eliminate the odor. Clothing and other textile items should be deodorized before they are cleaned; otherwise, the smoke odor could be set in the fabric.After the deodorizing process has been completed, we dry clean affected items including clothing, rugs, drapes and other textiles.
We treat soiled clothing with a variety of methods. Not all smoke-damaged clothing can be the same way. Some clothing should be dry cleaned because of fiber content, dyes used in the fabric or incompatibility of fabrics such as linings and face fabrics.
However, in some cases, clothing may need to be subjected to a careful wet cleaning process, even though it is labeled “dry clean only.” Our experience and professional expertise help us determine when the garment needs to have one process used versus another for the best results.For complete color restoration or whiteness anywhere from two to five launderings may be required.Farrow Dry Cleaning knows what it takes to get items to look “Just Like New,”