Can you care for your garments that say “Dry Clean Only” at home?
While many at-home dry cleaning kits are available, they don’t replace the quality or professional dry cleaning. If an item is labeled "Dry Clean Only," don't try it at home. There's a good reason manufacturers use clothing care labels – they want you to enjoy looking great in them for a long time.
Don't put anything in your washing machine that doesn't belong there—it could shrink or become discolored, and the agitation from the machine can wear out the fabric faster. Keep up with regular dry cleanings to help your clothes last longer. Clean suits and formal dresses every 2-3 "wearings" to prevent dirt and oil buildup that can corrode the material. Don't try to remove stains on dry clean only items either; Flair’s professionals know how to treat each one based on the fabric and the stain.
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