Many people don’t realize that dry cleaning isn’t as natural of a process as it sounds. Most dry cleaners in the United States, 85% to be exact, use a very hazardous chemical called perchloroethylene (also known as perc) to remove tough-to-get-out stains. It is actually labeled as a carcinogen by the EPA which means it
Dry cleaning is a common way to clean clothes to keep them looking new and minimize the chances of the clothing shrinking or getting ruined. Many fabrics can’t get wet so dry cleaning is the perfect way to clean these types of garments. One of the main ingredients in the dry cleaning process is starch.