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    Some people make the mistake of assuming that frequent dry cleaning will degrade your clothing, but actually, it is much easier on your garments that traditional cleaning.

The truth is dry cleaning uses lower temperatures and less agitation that traditional cleaning, so wear and tear is much less.

Dry cleaning solvents also minimize shrinking and swelling of fabrics and can help to preserve the original shape and texture of the item.

The all natural products used at Jack’s Cleaners are extremely gentle, protecting the color and delicate finishes of your garments,including silky sheen, waterproofing and wrinkle-free textures.

Dry cleaning is one way to extend the life of your wardrobe. It is oils, fragrances, sweat, hair products, food, beverage stain and other external contaminants that cause a garment to degrade.

Traditional cleaning at home does results in stretched out clothing, faded colors, frayed seams and sealed in stains. These are far less frequent with professional cleaning, since years of research and expert experience goes into the process.

Protect your wardrobe with professional dry cleaning, it won’t hurt your clothing, but will help.
Jack’s Cleaners appreciates your business, and we are dedicated to making sure our business is positive for you and the world. When you choose Jack’s Cleaners, you can rest assured that you are helping shape a sustainable, responsible community. Jack’s Cleaners has made efforts to ensure that its water consumption and heating requirements have been reduced to their lowest levels by installing low-water washing machines and gas ignition heaters. We have also installed low energy lighting.
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