I am not sure about the air filtration systems, which would be needed to reduce the chemical exposure, however I do know that some dry cleaners are beginning to go “organic,” or “chem-free” which would reduce the need for such. The chem-free dry cleaning process uses less toxic chemicals to clean the clothing and also to be released into the environment. Not to mention, when you go with traditional dry cleaning you are putting toxic chemicals practically on your body!
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