Care starts the moment you begin to shop. It ends when you retire or donate the garment. We will follow the life of garment, from the time of purchase to staining, cleaning and, finally, storing for the season — with everything in between.
Clothing care starts the moment you begin to shop … So, start caring:
- By choosing the right fabric and fit for your lifestyle
- By reading the care label on each garment, before you buy
- By recognizing stains — and their origin — and knowing if they require pre-treatment and then drycleaning or wetcleaning (in water )
Recognizing Oil-based stains
Oil-based stains from food oils, French fry grease, and mayonnaise are absorbed into the fabric and do not have a ring. These stains can be “set” by soap and water and usually require drycleaning.
What to do with stains
If you identify these stains, take them to the cleaner within 48 hours, when possible, and point them out to your representative, most of your spots will come out!