Cleaning Process  

We Use the GreenEarth Cleaning Process

The GreenEarth Cleaning process uses liquid silicone in place of perchloroethylene. Essentially liquified sand, silicone is non-hazardous and non-toxic to the environment. When released to the environment, it safely breaks down into the three natural elements it is made from: sand (SiO2) and trace amounts of water and carbon dioxide. Which means it is safe for the air, water and soil.

process 1

Use Silicone Based Detergent

Liquid silicone is chemically inert, meaning it doesn’t chemically react with fabric fibers. It just carriers the detergent to your clothes and gently carries away the dirt and oil.

process 2

Removes Soil

Our detergent is delivered directly to the dirt, soil, and stains of any fabric. Because the detergent we use is silicone based it is light weight and has very low surface tension, allowing it to gently penetrate fabric fibers and rinse away dirt in a way that water or perc cannot.

process 3

Freshens Clothes

Since clothes are cleaned the GreenEarth way, they are not bathed in perc or other petrochemical solvents, they come back fresh and clean without unpleasant “dry cleaning” odor.