Dry Cleaning: defined & refined
Dry in, Dry out.
Dry cleaning in its simplest form is the immersion of garments in a solvent or petroleum. The cleaning is done with a liquid but the solvent contains little or no water and does not penetrate your clothes like water in the washer. It is primarily used for wools, silks, linens and leathers. Using halogen-free, organic solvents, your clothes are put into our state-of-the-art machines dry and come out dry. Solvents are recaptured and distilled, removing any dirt or impurities that were once in your clothes, and then reused.
Kite's does not use perchloroethylene, a known carcinogen and the industry standard for years. Instead, we have chosen two types of halogen-free, organic solvents, which provides a brighter, healthier clean.