Become A Member!
Membership in PDCA helps you by providing the tools that make your business run more efficiently and effectively

Learn how to make more money by:
› Attracting and Keeping Customers
› Improving Sales
› Applying for Grant Money

Find out how to save money by:
› Operating More Efficiently
› Reducing Employee Turnover
› Avoid Costly Fines & Penalties

Make Your Job Easier:
› Equipment and Maintenance Tips
› Information on State of the Art Processes
› Training Seminars
› Networking

PDCA keeps watch over national and state legislature interference for our industry. And, your membership in PDCA automatically includes membership in the Drycleaning and Laundry Institute, the national association for Drycleaners.
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Drycleaners' Notebook

What Is Wetcleaning?
Is it Wetcleaning, or, just plain washing?

Spotting Chemical Tools of Tomorrow
The time is at hand for all of us in garment care to stop and take a fresh look at each and every chemical tool we are using

Neutral Lubricant
Neutral Lube is essential to becoming a good stain removal specialist

A Glimpse of the Law
Dry Cleaners face a host of legal and legal related issues each day.

Progressive Hiring Strategies
Keys to finding good employees.

Laundering New Quilts
Learn how to properly launder quilts with some general tips for what to look for.

Click Here for A Complete List of Topics in our Notebook

Consumer Information
General Information
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President's Message
Tech Talk
From the Board...

Stain Removal Clinic Sept. 16

News Read the full story on our News page
Winning Stain Removal Seminar - The May stain removal seminar in Cranberry was a huge success.

Scholarships Available- There are several scholarships available to owners and employees PDCA member plants
PA Compliance Calendars Available- Dyrcleaners who use perc should now have their Pennsylvania Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendars for 2017
EPA Moves to Ban Tricloroethylene as the First Major Regulatory Action Under Chemical Reform Law- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to ban certain uses of trichloroethylene (TCE) due to health risks when used as a degreaser and a spot removal agent in dry cleaning