Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Fingerlakes & Great Lakes New York
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no, and yes.
NO do not dryclean foam (if you could FIND a drycleaner who would do it)
The likelihod is that the foam is not compatible with drycleaning chemicals.
You would be better off trying to replace the foam.
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