Tissue Paper

Tissue Paper


Tissue paper is commonly used in dry cleaning to protect delicate fabrics and garments from wrinkling, creasing, or snagging. Here's how you can use tissue paper effectively in a dry cleaning setting:

  1. Interleaving: Place tissue paper between layers of clothing to prevent them from rubbing against each other. This is particularly important for delicate fabrics like silk or satin that are prone to snagging or developing creases.

  2. Stuffing: Use tissue paper to stuff sleeves, collars, and other structured areas of garments to help them retain their shape during the cleaning process and while in storage.

  3. Wrapping: Wrap individual garments with tissue paper before placing them in garment bags. This provides an additional layer of protection against dust, moisture, and potential damage.

  4. Buffering: Place tissue paper around buttons, zippers, or other embellishments to prevent them from scratching or catching on other garments.

  5. Padding: Line the inside of garment bags or boxes with tissue paper to cushion the clothing and provide extra protection during transportation or storage.

  6. Finishing Touches: Finally, tissue paper can be used as a finishing touch when presenting cleaned garments to customers. Neatly fold or drape tissue paper over the top of clothing before placing them in bags or boxes for a professional presentation.

Remember to use acid-free tissue paper, especially for long-term storage, to avoid any potential yellowing or damage to the fabric.

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