How Dry Cleaning Keeps Away Viruses and Germs?

Germs and viruses are almost everywhere! It’s more essential than ever to keep your clothes and laundry items sanitized and safe for everyday use. But how can you make sure you’re getting rid of germs with your routine cleaning and laundry habits? We’ve collected some crucial information from trustworthy sources to help keep you and your family as germ-free as possible. And when you pick Eurospin for dry-cleaning in Thane and Navi Mumbai, you can depend on us to take the proper steps to ensure your clothing comes back clean and free of most pathogens.

Dry cleaning and laundry help in getting rid of pathogens in your clothing and household things in 4 different ways:

Hot water: According to the WHO (World Health Organization) temperature levels of 140 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit kill the majority of viruses. Here at Eurospin, our dry-cleaning loads rise to temperatures of 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Pathogens don’t like the heat!

Soap and mechanical action: In a similar manner in which you kill the virus by cleaning your hands with soap for 20 seconds, dry cleaning machines rinse your clothes with soap and mechanical activity that breaks down viruses. Furthermore, the surfactants in the washing soap get rid of viruses and bacteria, which after that rinse down the drain. Washing your clothes and washing your hands achieve the same objective; to take out germs and pathogens!

Disinfectants: For cold water cleaning, to make up for the absence of hot water temperatures, we make use of supplementary organic disinfectants such as hydrogen peroxide which destroys viruses and bacteria. A cold wash still means bacteria and viruses are eliminated during the process as long as the proper detergents are used.

Drying with very high temperatures: Dry cleaning is heat pressed and/or heat dried at temperatures approximately 70 degrees centigrade, hot enough to eliminate any known virus. If the hot water, cleaning soap, and disinfectants didn’t remove the germs, the final drying process definitely will.

Steam Pressing: After Passing through all the above sanitation processes- we have High-temperature steam pressing units with Vacuum tables in which High temperature passes through each and every fibre of the fabric which is not possible in hand pressing, hidden inside germ can survive if it’s not modern steam pressing. 

We have also trained our team to use gloves in handling your clothes to avoid any virus transfer from team members. Regarding organic cleaning, you’ll find no harsh chemicals are needed in this procedure. All that is required is water, cleaning soap, or heat. Clean ingredients mean fresher, cleaner clothes!


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