How To Properly Protect Your Wedding Garments AFTER THE WEDDING.
Some garments are given away, some are boxed away – when it comes to Wedding Dress- We Can Help Make a Difference – Dry Cleaned, Preserved & Boxed for Safe Keeping.
What happens after the major planning, actual wedding and the honeymoon? A lot usually happens. But one thing is constant – what do we do with the wedding gown and the tuxedos post nuptial? Do we box ’em and put ’em in the attic? Do we give ’em away? What about cleaning? Is it worth it?….
Well, don’t worry. You’ve got ABC Dry Cleaners dot Com. The best in the business for over 10 years. Not only do we make sure your garments are properly cleaned, we preserve your wedding ensemble for future use or even a keepsake because you’ve got the type of preservation that wouldn’t become an eyesore.
Request our 3 layer box service for your prize possession – here’s what you’ll get:
***An interior box displaying your wedding gown half fold depending on the size.
*** A secondary box that protect the entire ensemble from rays, particles and seal in the freshness and
*** An outer layer box permanent storage. So, whenever you want to show or display your most beautiful memory, all you have to do is remove it from the outer box without taking out the entire gown. This is the ABC Way!
This edition of SPECIAL TIPS: LEATHER
Do you know that leather is not considered a fabric? Yet, it’s used for jackets, pants, skirts, gloves and footwear of all types. Leather is a very hard/tough material. Failing to properly care for your leather items can lead to premature ruin.
Most leather materials will come with caring instructions. It’s best to follow those caring directions to allow you maximum benefits from your high investment as most leather cost more than average garments.
Unlike your suits, regular pants, skirts, leather material does not require cleaning often. Dry Cleaning your leather materials can actually ruin your leather faster than you can imagine. Unless it’s soiled, wet in the rain or you have pet[s] at home, it’s better to use a soft brush to remove foreign particles on your leather.
It is also very important that your leather items are hung on coat hangers every time. Leaving leather on the couch, floor or in a basket can cause irreparable damage to the texture of your item. Leather materials must not be bagged and stuffed into a closet. It has to breathe the natural air to maintain its texture.
Never dry your leather item inside your dryer no matter what the reason. In this instance, you must seek the service of a quality dry cleaner [like ABC Dry Cleaners dot com] to properly clean and protect your leather items. After all, you paid a pretty penny for your leather, therefore it warrants a proper maintenance. When you need to maintain, repair or seek full cleaning service for your leather material, please consider ABC Dry Cleaners dot Com where Your Appearance Actually Matters!
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If your winter coat is a wool blend or a wool-like fabric, start with a lint roller or brush. Wool coats pick up particles that these items can easily remove, such as human or pet hair and lint. Just roll the lint roller over the fabric or brush it with the lint brush. If you don’t have either one of these tools, create a loop with some tape, keeping the sticky side out.
Make the loop large enough to wrap around your hand loosely. You can then pick up particles and hair on women coats or men’s coats by rolling the tape along the fabric with your hand.
Remove loose threads on your winter coat. Cutting these excess threads will help to minimize the lint that your coat picks up as well. Use the clothes shaver, which trims fuzz and lint from fabric, to remove loose threads and those hard-to-reach hair and lint particles from your pea coat or cashmere coat, especially when it has begun piling.
Cut the costs of dry-cleaning, which many winter coats require. Call ABC Dry Cleaning to keep it all together!