Ever see a dry cleaner that advertises itself as an "organic" operation? Don't be fooled into thinking it's the same thing as organic farming. Since there are no regulations for using the word "organic" in cleaning, what it basically means is "slightly less toxic" than regular dry cleaning. These cleaners still use chemicals that are neurotoxins, and those products are still petroleum-based. Instead, consider if your clothes really need dry cleaning at all, and if they do, try to limit the number of times you take them in.
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