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There are no formal education requirements to become a dry cleaning worker. Most laundry owners provide newly hired dry cleaner workers with on the job training that focuses on correct cleaning techniques, stain treatment and the proper way to dry clean different fabric types. Dry cleaning workers must be detail oriented and organized. Excellent customer service skills are an essential requirement. Physical stamina and endurance are also important as the job involves standing for long hours in an uncomfortably warm environment.
Laundry owners who are looking to hire dry cleaning workers will want to make sure that you have all the necessary requirements, from extensive knowledge of fabric care to exemplary customer service skills. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of questions that you are most likely to be asked at your dry cleaning worker interview.