Doors open July 30th for The Clean Show 2022. In just under a week, the industry will reunite for four days of networking, education and business development.

The Clean Show creates a platform that brings together all industry professionals to network, educate and share the latest technologies in the industry. Each edition, thousands of people from around the world come to the Clean Show to see and learn about the newest and most technologically advanced products the industry has to offer and this edition will be no different.

From software and automation, to advanced machinery and equipment, to hygiene, reusable textiles and sustainable textile care solutions, the 2022 edition will be packed with advancements moving the industry forward.

Exhibit Hall

Exhibitors are gearing up to meet with potential buyers from across the commercial laundering, drycleaning and textile service industry and will have products and innovations on display representing the entire value-added chain in the textile care, dry cleaning and laundry sectors, including:

Machinery, systems and accessories for washing, cleaning and other textile applications

Financial & technology solutions

Additives & chemicals

Facility maintenance

Logistics and material flow

Energy saving solutions and water technology

This year, visitors can expect a diverse group of exciting new products and technologies to be debuted on the show floor and will have 41 first-time exhibitors to discover, the record for most new companies in any one year in Clean Show history.

First-time exhibitor CENTS will debut Cents Connect, the first hardware suite to seamlessly communicate with Cents’ software to create the most integrated laundry business experience in the industry.

B&G Lieberman, supplier of tailoring, dry cleaning and alterations products since 1949, will show a new collection of Liebersew machines and Hawo’s new plastic-free packing concept, featuring the ORGANIXtex protective covering, made from natural compostable material, which can be processed on any packaging machine with impulse sealing technology.

Albatross USA, Inc. and AlbaChem® will feature their all-new volatile silicone- based liquid dry spotter, Alba Industrial Strength Spot Remover/Dry Cleaning Fluid, for removing all dry oil based stains. It is safe to use on all fabrics, has a moderate to fast evaporation rate and leaves zero residue – allowing it to be used before or after dry cleaning.

Hurst Boiler will introduce their latest product, EGO Series 3-Fuel Boiler at Clean 2022. The EGO boiler has a significantly smaller footprint and provides more water and steam volume compared to a conventional boiler design. It eliminates downtime on switch-back from electricity to gas operation.

View floorplan and exhibitor list at to explore the hundreds of other companies who will be sharing their latest products and innovations on the show floor.


All Clean Show attendees will have the option to attend over 30 hours of free sessions, with content provided by the five partnering associations: Association for Linen Management (ALM), Coin Laundry Association (CLA), Drycleaning & Laundry Institute International (DLI), Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA) and TRSA, Association for Linen, Uniform and Facility Services Industry. Additional support provided by ARTA, American Reusable Textile Association.

This year’s sessions will address the latest trends, technologies and technical developments hitting the industry and will feature strategies to help business owners become more efficient, effective and profitable and how to adapt in an ever-changing business landscape.

Topics include:

The Next Generation of Laundromats

State of the Linen, Uniform and Facility Services Industry

Pardon the Interruption, Automation in Progress

12 Profit Activators: Guaranteed To Create An Immediate Cash Flow Surge

The Economic Impact of Reusable Textiles

The CDC Perspective on Textile Care Services

Marketing through Your POS

And more!
The full schedule can be found at

The Clean Show is organized in collaboration with five industry-leading associations: Association for Linen Management (ALM), Coin Laundry Association (CLA), Drycleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI), Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA) and Textile Rental Services Association of America (TRSA).

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