A local cleaner may receive a lot of orders throughout the day. To manage each article of clothing, a staff member at the cleaner examines it for imperfections and attaches a small tag to it when it's dropped off. The tag is often stapled or pinned to the garment's care label, or may be in the form of a piece of fabric tape stuck to the garment, and may include writing or a printed bar code. It remains in place throughout the cleaning process. To prevent discomfort, it helps to remove the dry cleaner tag before you wear a garment, and you can remove it without damaging the garment.
Things You'll Need
Slide a pair of scissors between the tag and cord.
Cut off the attached cord that holds the label in place.
Pull out the remaining cord slowly and carefully.
Slide a stapler remover underneath the staple as you hold the tag at an angle.
Attach the stapler remover to the staple.
Pull out the staple firmly, but carefully.
Set an iron on a low setting.
Lay a clean paper towel over the dry cleaner tag.
Iron the paper towel with the iron and run it back and forth over the tagged area for 30 seconds to a minute.
Remove the paper towel. Starting at any corner of the tag, gently peel it off from the clothing.