dry-cleaned

ADJECTIVE
  1. cleaned with chemical solvents
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How To Use dry-cleaned In A Sentence

  • She was concentrating on not spilling anything on her blouse, which had been dry-cleaned the day before.
  • And she doesn't buy clothes that need to be dry-cleaned.
  • It specifically said/stated on the label that the jacket should be dry-cleaned only.
  • The problem with metallics, however, is that they can't be dry-cleaned, nor are these hand-crafted costumes machine washable.
  • Trousers, which tend to thin in the crotch and in the seat, are dry-cleaned more often than suit jackets.
  • All sealants are permanent when washed and dry-cleaned except for No-Fray, which will dissolve in dry cleaning.
  • The first step is to discern which pieces should be dry-cleaned by reading the labels on your clothing.
  • Cashmere is also extremely delicate and, unless otherwise indicated, should always be dry-cleaned.
  • Natural-filled duvets must be dry-cleaned by a professional.
  • The first step is to discern which pieces should be dry-cleaned by reading the labels on your clothing.
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