Professional Wet Cleaning


An alternative to dry cleaning is wet cleaning. This process uses water to remove stains and freshen clothing — even on dry-clean-only items such as wool, silk, leather and suede.

How Wet Cleaning Works


The wet cleaning process uses water. Our state of the art wet cleaning equipment, which is extremely sensitive to moisture, precisely controls the amount of humidity in order to maximize cleaning without harming fabric, ensuring that clothing does not shrink, stretch or fade. For those who may be sensitive to standard cleaning products, wet cleaning is a perfect alternative to dry cleaning.

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A Safe & Chemical-Free Alternative

We read every care label to follow the recommended cleaning procedure. However, technology has allowed us to use water on fabrics formerly dry clean only. To be clear, not all fabrics can be wet cleaned. Water soluble dyes for example must be discovered before cleaning or the result can be a faded garment. For the dry clean garments that can be wet cleaned, we follow the care label unless a client or experience has instructed us differently.

Keep Clothes Looking & Feeling Fresh

In 90 years of serving Colorado, we've wet cleaned most khaki slacks—they just look better wet cleaned and crisply pressed. If you dry clean your garments exclusively and a piece no longer looks or feels like it did when it was new, consider wet cleaning; water can wash away any leftover residue embedded in a garment. Constantly keeping up with today’s fibers and fabrics is our job, and keeping clients looking their best is why Dependable Cleaners has been chosen Best Colorado dry cleaner six years running.

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Learn more about Dry Cleaning vs. Wet Cleaning by reading our blog post.

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