Master Dry Cleaners notebook now in 4th edition

November 2005
Fabricare Canada;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p8
Trade Publication
The article informs that the book "Master Dry Cleaners Notebook," is available in the market with a new edition. This 145-page illustrated book includes chapters on fibres, fabrics, dyes, trims, dry cleaning, spotting, wet cleaning, bleaching and finishing. It was originally written as a textbook for a university course taught by its author, Everett Childers, but has received international acclaim in the years since it was introduced to the industry in general.


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