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If you're thinking of switching to an eco-friendly dry cleaning service, read this first. Santa Monica Patch calls out six so-called "green" dry cleaners in the area that "couldn't support claims they were using 'non-toxic,' 'safe,' 'environmentally safe,' and 'environmentally friendly' chemicals," according to an investigation by the city attorney's office. [SaMo Patch]