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How to Remove Mold and Mildew From Leather Clothing

December 22, 2019

Leather clothing should be cleaned and stored with care every year to maintain its beauty. Leather clothing can be tricky to take care of on your own. They aren’t usually worn on a daily basis, so they can be susceptible to mold and mildew accumulation.  Mold or mildew on leather can be extremely hard to

How to remove salt stains from pants

December 09, 2019

Of all the things we can think of that stain our clothes- wine, coffee, cooking oils, or even blood– salt probably doesn’t come to mind. But the truth is that salt residue from icy roads or driveways can do a number on our pants, especially denim jeans. Salt stains, or snow stains, aren’t the easiest

Removal of Clothing Stains

November 30, 2019

Whether it’s a new or well-worn, treasured garment, everyone hates to have clothing stains. We understand, and will always use our best efforts to make clothing stains go away. Sometimes it’s pretty easy – sometimes not. Either way, we have the professional expertise to do the job. Successful removal of clothing stains depends largely on

How to remove armpit stains

November 25, 2019
Ever notice an unsightly yellow stain on the armpit area of your favorite shirts and tops? You're not alone; it happens to everyone. Even a tiny amount of sweat can leave stains on certain fabrics. The odor from body sweat can also linger on fabrics, especially workout and running clothes. So, how do you get

Take Care when Caring for Wool Sweaters

November 15, 2019
Wool sweaters are a staple in Boston. We wear them everywhere, in school, at work, at home, and on many occasions. We even love ugly Christmas sweaters. Wool is a popular sweater fabric because it is durable, comfortable, and an excellent insulator. If your wool sweater gets damp, hang it to air dry at room

How to Care for Polar Fleece Clothing

November 13, 2019

With autumn upon us and temperatures dropping, people are adding an extra layer of clothing in the morning as they prepare for their morning commutes — outerwear. A popular type of outerwear is polar fleece. Polar fleece fabrics are made of a knit construction with a brushed or napped finish. Because of the nature of

How to Care for Down & Fiberfill Comforters, Sleeping Bags and Coats

November 12, 2019

Comforters, sleeping bags, coats, and other cold weather garments are often made with down or fiberfill. Both down–a natural product, and fiberfill, a polyester fill–are effective in keeping out the cold. While cleaning down or fiberfill items is usually not a problem, a garment with poor construction and insufficient quilting can cause the down to

How to clean a shower curtain

November 03, 2019
When was the last time you cleaned your shower curtain? It's probably something you barely think about, but the truth is that a shower curtain spends 24/7 in the most germ-ridden room of your home. Washing your shower curtain at least once a month is a good idea. So how do you get a clean

Wedding Gown Tips From Your Trusted Dry Cleaners

October 15, 2019

May and June are the traditional wedding months, particularly in the United States. A wedding gown is much than just a dress, it is a treasure, a symbol of an important event in your life. Whether you are borrowing it from a relative or buying it new, your gown deserves your attention, both before and

A Few Tips for Taking Care of Polyester & Nylon Clothing

September 24, 2019
When buying everyday clothing, we often come across synthetic fabrics such as polyester and nylon. These fabrics are lightweight, resistant to shrinkage, wrinkles and stretching, and generally easy to care for. Polyester is often used to create blends that make cotton and other fabrics more durable. Nylon fabrics are stronger and softer. On the other