File:Dry clean rack.jpg

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English: Many dry cleaners place cleaned clothes inside thin clear plastic garment bags.
Español: Prendas en el interior de una tintorería.
עברית: מסוע חשמלי עליו תולים את הכביסה הנקייה.
हिन्दी: शुष्क धुलाई किये हुए कपड़े.
Türkçe: Kuru temizleyicide asılı elbiseler.
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Source Dry cleaning
Author Simon Law from Montréal, QC, Canada

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