Education

What You Should and Shouldn’t Dry Clean

Because the dry cleaning process is different from washing laundry in a regular machine, it’s important to know what pieces of clothing actually need to be dry cleaned and what pieces can just be washed at home.Sometimes it’s easy to tell which pieces of clothing need to be dry cleaned and which pieces of clothing…

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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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How to Take Care of Down Comforters & Jackets

How to Clean Down

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

SLC wool cleaning

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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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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