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The Dry Cleaning Process Most people worry when starting a new job Being nervous is a natural feeling of course especially when there are a lot of mistakes to be made Although in ten easy steps one can master the process of working at a dry cleaning facility One must be very careful in making exact matches of identification tags the most important of all steps The first step in the dry cleaning process is waiting on the customer Always greet the customer in a friendly manner Be cheerful and if one knows the customer by their previous visit greet he or she by correct salutation accompanied by their last name Then using a dry cleaning invoice write the last name address and phone number on the appropriate lines Ask the customer if there are any special instructions on their garments Then one may tell the customer the approximate day that they may pick up the clothing The next step is identifying and pricing the clothing One must write a short description of the garment or garments on the invoice in case the identification tag falls off in the cleaning process If the customer brought in a silk blue dress with a green diamond pattern then on the invoice one would write silk dress blue with green diamonds One then would write the price of the item which is twelve dollars and fifty cents If more than one garment was brought in the total of all the garments should be totaled and written at the bottom of the invoice The third step is to put the appropriate identification tag on the article of clothing Count how many pieces of clothing one has and what day of the week it is to be picked up by the customer If one had a silk blue dress that is to be picked up on Wednesday evening then one would use a white identification tag with a
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