Cleaning Tips : Remove Ink on Dry Clean-Only Clothes
When removing ink from dry clean-only clothes, wet the area with a sponge, and douse the fabric with hairspray or apply rubbing alcohol using a cotton ball. Work out an ink stain without ruining the fabric with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on dry cleaning tips.
How Dry Cleaning Works
Dry cleaning is a process that cleans clothes without water. The cleaning fluid that is used is a liquid, and all garments are immersed and cleaned in a liquid solvent -- the fact that there is no water is why the process is called "dry." In this video HowStuffWorks takes a behind-the-scenes look at the dry-cleaning process so that you can understand what happens to your clothes after you drop them off at the cleaners! Credits: , HowStuffWorks