Lots of local drycleaners have facilities for properly washing and finishing washable clothes, but in the event you request a process of cleaning not listed on the care label, a drycleaner may ask that you sign a consent form. The signed form shows that the drycleaner has discussed with you the potential risks of cleaning the garment. With or without the consent form, whenever drycleaners daccept clothes for cleaning, they bind themselves to tidy clothes in a professional manner, to the best of their ability, and using their expertise.


Use of a care process not specified on a care label may be dicy. Clothing labelled "washable" may-or may not-dryclean satisfactorily.