LAGOON® - THE WET CLEANING SYSTEM More and more customers are asking about Eco-friendly solutions. And more and more fabrics are becoming suitable for Wet-cleaning. The time is right to start looking more closely at safer cleaning methods and greener alternatives.
Wet-cleaning is now an amazingly effective option for the professional cleaning of all kinds of fabrics and textiles. With Electrolux Professional’s Eco-friendly solutions, we are less dependent on harsh chemicals and can be more effective and efficient at delivering superior cleaning results.
We use the Lagoon® system, the first and only professional fabric care Wet-cleaning system approved by The Woolmark Company as the ideal alternative for the care of delicate garments. Lagoon® is an integrated system including cleaning, drying and finishing using water as natural solvent, assuring a surprisingly effective and ecological clean.
Tested programmes and dedicated equipment are specially designed to perform the perfect cleaning and drying of your fibres. The innovative wet cleaning process ensures that all kind of textiles are gently and efficiently cleaned. Lagoon® can process even fabrics so far by tradition solely domain of dry-cleaning. Special biodegradable detergents and recyclable machine components are essential part of a complete package.
Using environment friendly products, Lagoon® protects and respects the environment, in full compliance with international standards.
Thanks to the combination of technology and gentle care, Lagoon® finally allows us to safely clean your most delicate clothes.
Perfect cleanliness, fresh smell, soft touch, bright colours and brilliant white: enjoy the benefits of Lagoon® while preserving the quality of your garments and the environment.
Drop in to see us, we'll happily explain how it works and take care of your special garments.
THE SECRET OF WET-CLEANING
Water is the first key component to understand what gives Wet-cleaning the capability to keep fabrics looking better and smelling fresher.
The second very important key is the use of specific detergents. When adapted to natural fibres they will protect them from deformation.
Then it is just a matter of adding the correct amount of biodegradable detergent, along with a gentle mechanical action over the optimal period of time. As a result water is able to naturally remove stains and transport dirt to the waste pipe.
What’s left behind is a fresh smell of cleanliness, a soft touch to the fabric, brilliant whites and bright colours. With this in mind, it’s easy to see why the demand for wet-cleaning effectively treating stains in fabrics is growing.