Importance of Regular Dry Cleaning

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Although you understand the process of cleaning your clothes in a standard washer and dryer, dry cleaning is a different matter. Dry cleaning is called such because the cleaning process uses little or no water as the cleaners used are organic solvents to remove stains and soil from garments. Clothing items made of natural fibers including silk and wool may … Read More

Do You Know How to Take Care of Your Linen Clothing?

caring for linen clothing

Although spring has been struggling to start, eventually the weather will turn drastically warmer and have you digging out your lightweight clothing. In warm weather, garments made from breathable fabrics are the top choices. A favorite lightweight fabric is linen, but many people avoid it because of how it wrinkles. Fortunately, with some helpful tips, tricks, and guidelines, you can … Read More

Removing Coffee Stains From Clothing, Carpet, or Upholstery

removing coffee stains

If you’re one of the many people that enjoy a good cup of coffee or two in the morning or throughout the day, you’ve undoubtedly experienced your share of coffee spills and stains. About 55% of Americans consume coffee regularly, and that’s about 400 billion cups of coffee, all with the potential to find their way onto your clothing, furniture … Read More

Cleaning Tips for Athletic Uniforms

tips for cleaning sports uniforms

Spring is when everyone eagerly gets back outside to walk, run, exercise and enjoy spring sports. During the spring sports seasons, uniforms go through all the paces of the players who wear them, which means they get very dirty. To keep uniforms looking their best (at least at the start of the game) it’s important to clean them properly to … Read More

Unique Spring Cleaning Ideas for Your Closet

Closet Cleaning for Spring

The early warm weather has everyone already pulling out their spring clothing, and it’s the perfect time to do a bit of spring cleaning to make room for new fashions in your closet. The clothes you’ve had in storage all winter will need freshening up with professional dry cleaning or a run through the wash and then it’s time to … Read More

How to Take Care of Your Winter Coats

Man wearing winter jacket

A warm winter coat is a necessity in the northeast, and it can see a lot of wear and tear through the cold months. To keep your winter coat looking its best while keeping you warm, you need to clean, care and store for it properly until it’s finally time to welcome spring. General winter coat care Always follow the … Read More

Prevent Color Fading on Bedding

Clean Vibrant Bedspread

With the official first day of Spring less than a month away, you’re probably already looking forward to putting the heavy winter comforters away and replacing them with more colorful, lighter weight bedspreads. If your winter or spring bedspreads need dry cleaning before going into or coming out of storage, it’s important to note that their colors may fade from … Read More

Removing Winter Salt from Clothing and Carpets

Remove winter salt from clothing

Along with the cold and threat of snow in winter, you also have to deal with the salt and ice melt used to keep sidewalks, drives and streets free of ice. That salt can find its way onto your clothing and definitely onto your shoes where you then track it into your home and across your carpets and rugs. Salt … Read More

Proper Care Helps Sweaters Last

How to care for your sweaters

When the temperature drops, the sweaters come out, and chances are, you have a few favorite knit sweaters that you can’t imagine going without during the cold weather. With the right care, cleaning, and maintenance, your quality knit sweaters can last for ten years or more and carry you through the winters ahead. Eliminate pilling Although they sell “sweater shavers” … Read More

Cleaning to Alleviate Allergy Symptoms

Reduce allergens in your house by cleaning

Even though the weather has turned colder, indoor allergies are still an issue, especially since you’re going to be spending more time inside for the coming months. Allergies caused by dust, dust mites, pet dander and other indoor sources can grow worse if you’re not cleaning your clothing and linens properly. Breathe easier this winter by cleaning clothing and fabrics … Read More