American Dry Cleaners

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American Dry Cleaners
American Dry Cleaners is listed in the Laundry Services category in Charlotte, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for American Dry Cleaners which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of American Dry Cleaners on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for American Dry Cleaners is:
1806 N Graham St
Charlotte, NC 28206
(704) 940-1081

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American Dry Cleaners has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that American Dry Cleaners has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Charlotte, North Carolina is 50 and in the Laundry Services category is 23. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Want to know more about why white pants turn gray? CAUSES DISCOLORATION OF WHITE PANTS? The discoloration is... fb.me/xBbUrvVw

Want to know more about why white pants turn gray? CAUSES DISCOLORATION OF WHITE PANTS? The discoloration is usually attributed to one of two problems. Most whites are treated with fluorescent whiteners or optical brighteners during manufacturing to achieve a desired shade of white. Brighteners decompose with age, exposure to light, or, in some cases, the heat of cleaning. Washing the item in bleach will also destroy the brighteners. Decomposition causes the white fabric to appear dull and dingy, or have a slightly yellow or green color. Graying of fabric in laundering can occur for several reasons. Overloading the washer or low water or detergent levels contributes to this problem since soils are not flushed out in rinsing but redeposit on the items in the load. It may be possible to remove impurities from laundered items by rewashing in a load with adequate water and detergent levels. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? The change in whiteness caused by decomposition of fluorescent brighteners is permanent and may be considered a manufacturer defect if the item is relatively new and has been cleaned according to recommended care instructions.


Dye from leather trim may bled onto adjacent area of the garment. fb.me/1fI55sSMW

Dye from leather trim may bled onto adjacent area of the garment.
This item describes how professional cleaners can avoid color bleeding on combination leather and cloth items., DLI's Drycleaning Blog


HOW TO REMOVE CRAYON STAINS Has this ever happened to you: You are taking your clothes out of the dryer when you... fb.me/7CcYMS7KW

HOW TO REMOVE CRAYON STAINS Has this ever happened to you: You are taking your clothes out of the dryer when you notice that the load is covered with horrible colored stains. Upon closer inspection, you find leftover pieces of crayon in the dryer. Crayon stains appear as built-up, shiny, and stiff stains in a variety of colors. Normally, drying- not washing- will cause these type of stains. The heat from drying melts the crayon material, resulting in stains on the garment. These stains can usually be completely removed by running the garment through the drycleaning machine. If any of the stains remain after cleaning, they can generally be removed by a drycleaner through traditional stain removal procedures. So come visit us if you prefer your clothes crayon-less!


Have you seen our latest cleaning offer? fb.me/6sLlCzs3R

Have you seen our latest cleaning offer?


HOW TO REMOVE DEODORANT AND ANTIPERSPIRANT RESIDUE? Many people do not realize that prolonged contact with... fb.me/4dVAOpa3p

HOW TO REMOVE DEODORANT AND ANTIPERSPIRANT RESIDUE? Many people do not realize that prolonged contact with deodorants and antiperspirants may cause permanent damage to clothing. Combined with the effects of perspiration, the damage can be extensive. The most frequent damage is caused by overuse of these products, or infrequent cleanings. This leads to the buildup of a stiff, caked-up residue or to fabric damage. To prevent chemical damage, do not overuse the product and allow it to dry before dressing. Wear a dress shield with silk garments. The best way to prevent ruining a garment is to bring it to us for a cleaning, but you can try to remove the stains if you're adventurous. To remove the residue on washable garments, wash them as soon as possible after wear in the hottest water safe for the fabric. Soaking in a detergent containing enzymes or an enzyme presoak may be necessary. If the stain remains, try using three percent hydrogen peroxide or chlorine bleach, according to fiber type or care label instructions.