Get Your Iron Clean

EZ-Off is the simplest and most effective iron sole plate cleaner you can buy.

It Cleans While Your Iron is Still Hot

Just place the cream on a lint free cloth - wipe on - wipe off - and you're done

ONLY £6:50 +p&p

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Get Rid of Those Bobbles

No Batteries - No Blades - No Fuss

The Fuzz-Go Bobble Remover

This old style remedy simply works on all natural and man made fibres

ONLY £6:50 +p&p

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The Best Lint Rollers

Get Rid of Pet Hair & Fluff

If you have a pet or are proud to look good you need the best lint roller to removefluff and hair from your clothes.

From ONLY £6:00 per 20m Refill +p&p

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Ironing Trousers 82
Colour Runs 70
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What is this Stain 57
Removing a Biro Stain 56
Ironing Jackets 56
Deck Cleaning 51
Carpet Stains 45
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Fuzz-Go 40
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Below you'll find some special products available from the DrClean shop that have all been tested for effectiveness and ease of use.
Stain Treatments
Tea, Wine, Glue, Rust, Beer, Egg, Vomit, Ink, Tar,
Juices + Many More
Paint & Rust Treatments
All added to ordinary paint
Fuzz-Go The best bobble remover in the world?

Blood Stains

Remove both new and old blood stains.

Wedding Dress, 
Suit Covers
Irons & Boards
Professional Iron
s, Boards & steamers 
Odour Treatments
All odours including Pet Urine
Waterproofing Sprays for Rain Coats, Suede : Jackets, Shoes, Handbags 
Chair Covers etc.

EZ-Off Iron Cleaning Cream Easy to use while the iron is hot and very effective.


Scotch Guard

water repellant spray -  to protect all your Suites, Raincoats, Shoes, Bags & Carpets
20m Lint Rollers
Get Rid of Fluff - Lint & Bobbles 
Press Home Presses
Steam presses for home use
Machine Spares for: Hagerty Puzzi 100 & Carpet Minder
Leather Cleaning
for all Your Suites Jackets & Clothing
Hagerty Blue
Buy a Hagerty Blue....... Or
....... get a FREE Machine
(with free stand and hard floor adaptor)
Hagerty Blue
Stink Free Sports Gear

Remove all nasty smells from shoes, socks, shirts and even bags.

With Money Back Satisfaction GUARANTEE

Stinf Free
Cogs Enviro-Friendly Degreaser
Get grease of anything and take care of the planet
Stain Removal Kit - for Blood, Egg,, Wine, Beer & more
Deck & Wood Cleaning
Clean and protect all your exterior wood.
Graffiti Remover
A gel that sticks to graffiti then removes it with water
Hajo Clips Hajo Clips
Simple skirt clips with no points or pins that can damage the fabric
Soaps for Carpets & Suites
Professionals soaps for all carpet & suite 

DrClean's Lilly Pollen Remover Lilly
Grooming Kit
Removes bobbles, hair & lint 
New Home
Heated Vacuum Ironing Board
Home Board Only £297.50

Curtain Cleaning Service
Full service with a NO SHRINKAGE GUARANTEE

Wedding Dress Cleaning by DrClean
Hand Made Wedding Dress, Shoe & Hat Boxes
All Natural Moth Repellants


Specials on DrClean
Owners Risk (week 2)

w/e 26/06/17

Owners risk is a form sometimes used by professional cleaners that identifies a particular problem and states that the customer accepts the cleaner not being responsible if damaged occurs because of that problem. The cleaner is suggesting that they believe that damage is "LIKELY" to occur because of that specific problem.
There are legitimate reasons for a professional cleaner to ask for owners risk (most of those being explained last week). Others aren't legitimate and really mean that the cleaner is simply attempting to cover his or her own negligence with a form of insurance that you might pay for with your good clothes.
Professional cleaners have a duty of care when taking in your clothes, they can't simply decide to pass on that responsibility to you by taking owners risk for simply any problem that can occur.
Here's a list of things to be wary of when being asked for owners risk:
General Disclaimers Signs such as "Buttons and Belts are Cleaned At Owners Risk" should be viewed with great caution. A good cleaner should know what can and can't be put through the process he's using and signs like this indicate he's not prepared to study a garment before placing it in his machine. 
Stains A disclaimer because treatment may damage a stained area should be specifically for that stain and the owners risk form should make that clear.
Fabric The cleaner should note on the owners risk form exactly what his concern is with the fabric. If there's no care label then you will almost certainly be asked for owners risk, quite fairly. 
Adornments Again the cleaner has a responsibility to tell you what he thinks may go wrong and only ask for owners risk on that problem.
Colour You're unlikely to be asked for owners risk on colour issues, unless the cleaner thinks one colour may run into another, because he is unlikely to know the effect on colour until the garment is cleaned. Where excessive colour loss occurs it will normally be a manufacturers fault and you should take it up with them.
Buttons Brittle buttons are likely to break if they hit the drum unprotected. This is especially true of shell buttons, which are very brittle. The cleaner should wrap any buttons of concern and place the garment inside out in a bag for protection, but they can still break. The best method is to remove them and replace them after cleaning, but this will add to the cost of cleaning. The cleaner should explain how he intends to treat the buttons before you sign an owners risk. Cloth buttons of a different colour and/or fabric to the main garment may run and this is unlikely to be the cleaners fault. 
Any time you're asked for owners risk the problem envisaged should be fully explained to you. If a cleaner asks you to cover more than that problem then go to another cleaner.
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