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wet cleaning

In the removal of asbestos, the process of eliminating asbestos contamination by using mops, cloths, and other cleaning tools which have been wetted; these items are then disposed of as asbestos-contaminated waste.
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Among the topics are selective nitride etch by using fluorides in high boiling point solvent, one-step wet clean removal of post-etch fluropolymer residues, evaluating very dilute alkaline solutions for wafer cleaning with megasonic irradiation, effects of substrate temperature on the learning of micropatterns during the rinse-dry process, and wet cleaning for solar cell manufacturing applications.
"The garments are then transferred to a high-tech drying unit that [that] automatically stops once the prescribed level of moisture is reached." Earth911.com adds that after drying, wet cleaned garments are pressed, hung up and bagged for pick-up by or delivery to customers--just like at the drycleaners.
"It's believed some fabrics shouldn't be wet cleaned, because they shrink as soon as they hit water," Jehassi says.