Can dry cleaning be done in a day?

How Often Should I Dry Clean My Clothes ?

Garments that are soiled or affected by perfume, deodorant, perspiration or salt stains should be dry cleaned as soon as possible. stains allowed to stay on fabric for longer periods of time are more difficult to remove. During normal wear clothing is exposed to air pollution and dust which weakens the fibres. Light coloured garments, silks and linens should be cleaned after each wear as they tend to be more vulnerable to soil. Always have your clothing dry cleaned before storage at the end of the season.

Why are Most of your Prices Cheaper than Other Dry Cleaners ?

Our goal is to help make your life easier by providing a high quality dry cleaning service at a affordable price. So everyone can use it on regular basis.

How Soon can I have My Garments Back ?

We offer same day dry cleaning service Monday-Friday on most regular items if dropped off by 9:00 am we can have them ready by 4:00 pm) Garments requiring extra care, may take longer time.

Why Didn’t the Stain Come Out ?

  • There are many reasons that a stain may not come out of a garment during the cleaning process or stain removal. Some possibilities are :
  • The stain has been set in the fabric over time
  • The stain has been worked on before coming to Diamond Dry Cleaners and the water or chemical used has set the stain in the fabric.
  • Some stains, such as some types of ink, are not easily removed from certain fabric.
  • Fabric dye may be unstable, risking discoloration of fabric.
  • Do not apply water or any other solution to the stain, and bring the item in for professional cleaning as soon as possible.
  • Fresh stains are generally much easier to remove.

This Stain was not here when I Brought the Garment in. Why is it here now ?

The stain may not have been noticeable when you brought the garment in. Often the heat and solution used in the cleaning process can cause the stain to react and oxidize, which makes the stain darker and more visible. Stains that are acidic or sugar based are the most damaging to fabrics, especially to natural fibres.

Why do I have to Pay for this Garment when the Stain didn’t Come out ?

Your garment received more than the usual care and attention during the cleaning process, since we spent considerable time and effort on trying the remove the stains. your garment has been through the pre-spotting and cleaning process more than once, and often several times, as we make every effort to remove stains before informing a customer that we cannot work on the stain further without damaging the fabric. Because of the time, effort and materials involved, it actually costs us more to work on a problem garment.

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At Diamond Dry Cleaners, professional dry cleaning is much more than just cleaning. Our process involves multiple operations performed by dry cleaners whose goal is to give your garments a like-new appearance. Dry cleaning is extremely gentle on natural fibres such as wools and silks, making it the preferred care method.


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Technically, at-home dry cleaning isn't quite the same thing as dropping your clothes off at the cleaner. Not only are you using different methods to clean and refresh garments, but you do have to put in a little more effort. Ultimately, though, it's worth it. Not only is doing it yourself easier on your wallet, but learning how to care for your clothes properly will keep beloved pieces looking and feeling their best for years to come. Patric Richardson, laundry expert and author of the forthcoming book Laundry Love, explains how you can reduce your trips to the cleaner with DIY dry cleaning.

It's All About the Label

Laundry is truly an art form–and a lost one. We now view it as a major chore. "Being able to wash your clothes is a privilege and a luxury, really," Richardson. "It's funny, it's really all about how you frame a task in your mind. Cooking is the same way. It used to be a chore, but we've now decided that it's a hobby. It's the same with taking care of beautiful pieces of clothing."

In the U.S., our clothing labels are much vaguer than in Europe. Apparel companies put "dry clean only" on our clothes to protect them from our lack of laundry experience. "They want to protect their image, and by ensuring you won't improperly wash and dry it, it's also protecting the clothes. When you buy an expensive piece of clothing, you want it to last," he says. But reading labels allows you to glean what a piece of clothing is made of. And that's step one for figuring out how to wash and dry it.

How to Refresh Clothes at Home

Don't bother with special, dry clean-at-home products. "An at-home dry cleaning kit is essentially a stain treatment, a Mylar bag, and a wet sheet that has fragrance," says Richardson. "It creates steam that refreshes the clothes. You can get a similar refresh by wetting a washcloth, wringing it out, and tossing it in the dryer with your clothes for five to 10 minutes." For a subtle fragrance, add a few drops of essential oil to the washcloth or wool dryer balls. A lemongrass essential oil will impart that dried-outside-on-the-line sunniness.

Rather than letting your clothes accumulate on a chair in the corner of your bedroom all week, Richardson suggests hanging up your clothing immediately after you're done wearing them. "It lets the fabric breathe. Just brush it with a lint brush, and you're good to go," he says. "For any persistent musty odors, spritz with vodka. It will take it right out."

How to DIY Dry Clean Clothes at Home

Despite the name, dry cleaning isn't actually dry. It uses liquid solvents. At home, you'll have to replace the chemical solvents with water and mild detergent.

The usual candidates for dry cleaning are wool, cashmere, silk, rayon, and any other cocktail fabrics, but you can wash them at home. Richardson recommends hand-washing clothing in a clean kitchen sink with the tiniest bit of delicate detergent. Swish the pieces around and then let them sit for about 20 minutes. Drain the sink and gently press the pieces of clothing against the side. Refill the sink with clear water, swish it gently to rinse, and then drain the sink again. Press the garments against the side of the sink to remove excess water—do not squeeze!

Dry the pieces flat on a towel or flat on a drying rack. If you're washing silk, he recommends hanging it on a plastic (no wood) hanger to help prevent wrinkles. Once the clothing is dry, you can steam the pieces to remove wrinkles. Richardson's go-to steamer is from Laurastar.

Treating Stains at Home

Tricky stains are usually the main reason clothes go to the cleaner, but Richardson says you can usually get them out yourself. "My go-to stain remover is this natural product called Amodex; it even removes Sharpie. When I'm working out stains, I also use soap and a horsehair brush. He says that horsehair is gentler than an old toothbrush, which is commonly recommended.

For brightening, he uses oxygen bleach. For tricky oil stains, he starts with white vinegar and water to break up the stain but says you can also use a product like Shout. One thing to remember with an oil stain is that water alone won't help break it up.

When to Take It to the Cleaner

If you don't feel comfortable washing a piece of clothing or don't have the time to clean certain pieces properly, you can take them to a professional cleaner. "I think you don't have to take anything to the dry cleaner," says Richardson. "But if you don't have a steamer to steam or an iron to press, it might be smart to take it in."

Here are some considerations when choosing a dry cleaner. Many use a carcinogenic chemical called perchloroethylene to help remove stains. If you don't want your clothes exposed to this solvent, there are green dry cleaners that use liquid carbon dioxide instead. Before you drop off your clothes, ask your cleaner what method they use to make sure you're comfortable with it.

Can dry clean be done in one day?

You can not only get your dry-cleaned garments, but blankets & comforters, laundered shirts, and wash & fold laundry all done in the same day!

How long does dry cleaning take?

How long does dry cleaning take? Generally the dry cleaning process takes between 24 and 48 hours. There are some items that require specialist care and will take longer such as suede and leather.

Is dry cleaning really worth it?

Sensitive fabrics may also fade in color or stretch in shape in a washing machine or dryer. By using a professional cleaning service, your pieces will last much longer so you won't have to replace them as often, ultimately saving you money.

How long does it take to dry clean wedding dress?

Dry cleaning a wedding gown should take somewhere from a few days to a month depending on how many layers are on your gown and how busy the dry cleaning shop is. If you're fortunate enough and the shop isn't busy, a fantastic dry cleaning for a wedding gown must take two to three days.