Archive | October, 2012

29 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Don’t fear the fray.

Unfinished edges on new clothes are meant to fray naturally with wear and cleaning. Our gentle cleaning process and expert staff will keep them looking their best far longer than home care. Even if the tag says you can wash it at home, the aggressive action of most home machines may cause the collar or […]

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27 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

The bee’s knees of fashion.

Knee high socks and knee-length dresses are all over the runway this holiday season, and Victoria Beckham brings it all together in her 2012 runway show. Zipping up all the trends, bold military inspired colors with smooth silhouettes make any frame – from curvy to sleek – sexy and stylish. And don’t forget the essentials […]

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23 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Everything matters

Reposted from The National Clothesline Sometimes the best rewards in life can come from unexpected places. For Paul White, owner of Roth Cleaners in Midland, MI., bad circumstances have often lead him in an ultimately positive direction. Two key moments in his life occurred when he broke his neck and when he discovered his second […]

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22 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Collar stay clutter?

Let us know your preference – we will gladly remove them from your shirts and not send them back. Would you like them returned separately so you can put in yourself? No problem, we have extras on hand and can include replacements with your next order. If you notice a darker color at the tip […]

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18 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Wire vs. wooden.

Don’t clutter your closet rod with old wire hangers or bulky wooden hangers. Return wire hangers to us for recycling, and replace heavy wooden hangers with lightweight fabric covered hangers. They make hanging delicates a cinch without slipping, and are sturdy enough to hold suits and heavy items. Their nice thin profile doesn’t take up […]

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16 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Same weight but clothes feeling snugger?

Check your dryer settings and remember to never leave clothes unattended. The last 15% of drying time is when shrinkage occurs and it can be permanent. Instead, dry your clothes on delicate to avoid shrinkage and set the timer for a shorter period. You can always add time to dry, but can’t reverse it if […]

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12 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Wild prints return.

Fashion friend or foe? No faux pas this season as the wild hit the runway. The animal prints of summer and metallic fabrics of last winter collide for the winter 2012 season with the kingdoms mixing and matching. Fake furs accent leopard print on snake pattern metallic fabrics – stunning bird patterns adorn vibrant textiles […]

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10 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

We’ll get the mustard out.

Don’t want to get taken to the cleaners when someone takes you out to the ballgame? Yellow mustard is one of the hardest stains to remove, so act fast if it squirts on you. We can help, first thing Monday morning after the big game. We’ll work that yellow spot out of your outfit – […]

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05 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Let’s rap about wrap.

Plastic wrap isn’t just for food – it’s a great time-saver for organizing special linens, sheet and towels. Match up sets of guest linens and holiday items and get to wrapping. Plastic wrap is a quick easy way to keep items together and folded neatly until the next time you want them, and protects against […]

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03 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Holiday stain relief.

The holidays are just around the corner, usually including red wine, rich gravy, cocktails and sugary treats. What else do the celebrations bring? Accidental spills on your favorite clothes and household linens – with some of the toughest stains to remove: acid, sugar and oil based food and beverages. Help us by following a few […]

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