They said, "Cleaning will be harder."

Todd, Marcia
September 2010
Fabricare Canada;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers information on how the owner of the dry cleaning firm Bayview Glen Cleaners, Susan Yung proved that the solvent GreenEarth she uses in her firm is a good cleaning agent. Yung mentions that the solvent has no odour and it does not wrinkle the garments. It informs that Yung installed 40 pounds Union cleaning machine for the solvent. It states that Yung defines her cleaning process with GreenEarth is a green way to dry clean with a non-toxic process.


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