Maintaining Garment Luster

If your job requires you to dress professionally (full suit and tie) everyday. How often would you have to dry clean your suit? Assuming you’ll be spending most of your time in the office without many chances of getting them dirty. Would you dry clean the whole suit (jackets, pants, shirt and tie) or just the jackets and simply wash the pants, shirt and tie in your home washing machine?.

Well the answer is two-fold. If your suit’s label instruction say dry clean only, then you basically have to follow that instruction to prevent running your extra ordinary garments. If it says warm wash or dry clean, then you have the option of going either way.

As professional dry cleaner with over 10 years experience, we have seen lots of ruined garments returned to us for help. But unfortunately, once the damage is done to a dry clean only garment, the damage is done and its irreversible. So, its better to dry clean the garments professionally.

If you wear your suit at least 2 or 3 times per week, we recommend you have them dry clean at least every 2 weeks. This will maintain the lustre of the original finish, it will also prevent environmental odor such as cigarette smokes from embedding into the fabric as well as rain water during fall or winter months.

The bottom line – you are protecting your investment and not running to replace what you have assuming you follow proper care guidance for the items you already have.

You can trust us to clean your favorite garments. Whether it’s cleaning personal garments, wedding gowns, silk materials, draperies, leather or furs, our state-of-the-art equipment is sure to clean the most stubborn stains. Make ABC Cleaners Dry Cleaners dot Com your #1, all around dry cleaners for this year and many to come. When Your Appearance Matters, You Can Trust ABC Dry Cleaners dot Com to Treat Your Garments Right!

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