National Dry Cleaners

  • It was 1981 when National Drycleaners officially started its operation with manual setup. The aim was to provide Dry Cleaning service to help people get unstained wardrobe to valuable customers
  • We provide professional and affordable dry cleaning services in Dehradun area. Leave worry out of the equation by taking advantage of our Dry Cleaning services and letting the experts handle it. We’d love to take care of your clothes and show why our exceptional service sets us apart from the rest of the service providers in Doon
  • Our Smell-Free Dry-Cleaning techniques using the Perc cleaning solvent promises to offer the best possible professional care for your garment and upholstery
Dry-cleaning Evolution

In 1855, Jean Baptiste Jolly, a French dye-works owner, noticed that his table cloth became cleaner after his maid accidentally overturned a kerosene lamp on it. Operating through his dye-works company, Jolly offered a new service and called it "dry cleaning."

1st Generation Machine

Wet clothes were transferred between the washer and dryer. Some systems did incorporate a separate vapor recovery unit, utilizing either a carbon bed or water cooled coils

2nd Generation Machine

In the first dry-to-dry machines or second-generation machines, vapors are vented to the atmosphere from the machine washing drum when the machine is opened after the drying cycle. Again some machines utilized either a carbon bed or water-cooled coils.

3rd Generation Machine

These were the first “closed-loop” machines. The vapors from the dryer are routed to a refrigerated condenser for solvent recovery.

4th Generation Machine

These closed-loop machines utilize both refrigerated condensers and carbon adsorbers to recover solvent vapors. Reducing the vapor concentration in the wheel to below 300ppm.

Image Courtesy: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

2010 Till Now
Present Generation Machine

In addition to a refrigerated condenser and carbon absorber, these closed-loop machines have inductive fans and sensor-actuated lockout device that will not allow entry to the machine door, button trap, or filters until solvent vapors in the machine are below certain levels (generally 300 parts per million (ppm))

Book Now