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Dry cleaning is any cleaning process for clothing and textiles using a chemical solvent other than water. It is used to clean fabrics that degrade in water, and delicate fabrics that cannot withstand the rough and tumble of a washing machine and clothes dryer. It can eliminate labor-intensive hand washing.


 Whether it’s a tablecloth, bed sheet or linen dress, spot cleaning is the easiest way to keep these items clean and lasting a long time. If the tag (especially for clothing) suggests dry cleaning only, take the garment to a professional no matter what kind or how old the stain. If you’re able to machine or hand wash the item, try to take care of the stain as soon as you notice it. If you’re tackling the stain yourself, lay out the material and rub baking soda into the affected area to dissolve the stain. Then add a little lemon juice, which safely bleaches out the unsightly color of the stain without changing the original color of the item. *ask about details


Benefits of Laundry Cleaning They do not use harmful chemicals that can be harmful to you and the environment. People with sensitive skin may have negative reactions to the chemicals used for dry cleaning process. It is much cheaper as the solvent used is water and a detergent or softener, and these give a freshness to your clothes. Unlike dry cleaned clothes, laundered clothes are free from chemical odor. Softening agents added give a pleasant smell to your clothes.


dry-clean your beautiful wedding gown or prom dresses and package them safely to minimize staining, dusting, and smelling. We know these items are particularly special and we will handle with care. *ask about details.


Dry cleaning cleans the fabric of bedding down to fiber level, removing all dirt, dust, and assorted debris as well as removes stains. Washing machines often aren't able to remove much more than surface dirt and often accomplish little more than simply sloshing to dirt and debris around in the water -- these items are often too bulky for the average rinse cycle to be able to do its job.


It is advisable to have your leather and suede garments professionally cleaned. Prior to cleaning, let your cleaner know any care information that came with the garment and point out any new or old stains if they exist. Matching pieces should all be cleaned at the same time for consistency. Because these garments may sometimes be risky to clean, your cleaner may ask you to sign a consent form at the time of your order. Although cleaning technologies for leather and suede are constantly improving, some changes will almost always result from the cleaning process. *ask about details


There is no better way to make sure clothes fit properly. The good news is, most alterations are cheap and easy. It's tough to find a button up shirt that fits properly off the rack. Usually, the sleeves are too long or the excess fabric billows out around the midsection. It's crucial that you know which parts of a dress shirt can be fixed and how much these alterations cost. Pants almost always need to be altered. At the very least, you should get all of your pants hemmed. Shorter men especially need to pay attention to the length of their pants. Beyond that, you may also want to get the waist adjusted and the leg tapered. Suit jackets and sportcoats need to fit properly. Some parts of a jacket (like the shoulders) are very hard to fix. * ask about details

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