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How Often Should You Actually Be Dry Cleaning Your Clothes?

You know that you shouldn’t be washing your “dry clean only” clothes at home in your washing machine, but should you be dry cleaning them as frequently or more frequently than you already are? The answer may vary from piece to piece due different fabrics, how often it’s worn, how dirty you get it, and…

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Top 5 Suit Shops and Tailors in Salt Lake City

A properly tailored suit can make you feel like an entirely new man just like a poor fitting suit can cause you to feel off your game. If you want to ensure a proper fit and great look, visit one of the top five suit shops and tailors in Salt Lake City: Ferreira, Tailor Cooperative,…

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5 of the Top Hotels in Salt Lake City

Vacations are a lot of fun but planning them can be stressful. Finding a good place to stay shouldn’t add to that stress. If you’re planning a vacation to Salt Lake City and looking for a great place to stay, check out this list of five of the top hotels in the Salt Lake City…

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Warm Bodies, Warm Souls’ Charity Drive

This time of year seems to hold a little bit of magic. After the leaves change and fall off the trees, the days get shorter and the air gets colder, and snow starts to fall – ushering in the Christmas holiday – a certain feeling seems to overtake the entire world. Christmas and the holidays bring…

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Caring for Leather Jackets

A high-quality leather jacket is a classic and versatile wardrobe staple. A real leather jacket is also usually quite the investment, but it can last a long time if taken care of properly. While there are a lot of opinions on the best treatment for leather jackets, we want to tell you the most efficient way.…

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How to Take Care of Down Comforters & Jackets

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Cold weather is here, so it may be time for a refresher on how to properly take care of down blankets, pillows, sleeping bags, and jackets. Did you know that good maintenance and storage are essential to prolonging the life of these cozy (and often expensive) items? Read on to learn about how, why, and when…

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How to Care for Wool, Merino, and Cashmere

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Cool weather is on the horizon, and many of us are switching out our summer dresses for winter wear. Wool is an ancient cold-weather staple, but newer milling techniques mean that we’ve come a long way from scratchy, rough sweaters socks, and hats. Since high-quality wool garments are often expensive investment pieces,  make sure that…

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The Two Most Difficult Types of Stains According to Consumer Reports

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At Red Hanger Cleaners, we’ve had been working with Wasatch Front families and professionals to dry clean and perform wash-and-fold services for over 40 years! We are fairly certain that we’ve seen every possible type of stain there is, and we’re glad to share our experience. Before trying to tackle tough stains, especially on potentially sensitive…

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Is Dry Cleaning Environmentally Friendly?

Although dry cleaning is a part of most of many peoples’s weekly routine, the dry cleaning process itself is often not given much thought. You simply deliver your dirty clothes (or we pick them up) and then they are returned clean! As our awareness of how chemicals affect the environment grows, however, more customers are…

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Getting Rid of Stains on Oriental Rugs

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Area rug + life = StainsWe have all had it happen. You are entertaining guests in the living room with snacks and drinks. You gesture to a friend and inadvertently knock a glass of fruit punch directly onto your area rug. Or perhaps a child drops a popsicle, or the family dog gets sick. Now the showpiece…

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Can I Dry Clean my Tie?

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A suit or tuxedo really comes together with a tie or a bow tie, especially if the tie is made of high quality fabric. Adding a tie can give a suit an entirely different look based on the color and texture of the fabric chosen. So what happens if you spill something on your tie…

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