Dry cleaning guide part 3

Make Your Suits Stay in High Standard!

Dry cleaning guide part 3

Tips for dry cleaning, what clothes you should bring to a dry cleaner and what you should not dry clean, number 2:

Probably one item people bring to the dry cleaners are dress shirts and so that is what they focus on. Those are sometimes actually laundered with water and not just solvents and then the important part is the pressing because the pressing is mostly done by machine, sometimes it is a flat machine, sometimes it is a machine that looks like a person that blows out hot air. In either case, you should always inquire about how exactly they iron your shirts and if they offer a hand ironing service. If they say hand-ironing, ask if that means someone operates the machine by hand or someone actually uses an iron by hand. You always want a service that irons by hand. It may cost more but if your dress shirt is expensive, it is well worth it. You will get a better crease, a nicer attention to details, and in the long run, your shirt will last longer.

Tips for dry cleaning, what clothes you should bring to a dry cleaner and what you should not dry clean, number 3:

Another item that is really great for dry cleaners are suits, jackets, and vests. Most suits are made out of wool or wool blends and you never want to put them in your washing machine, they have to be dry-cleaned. If you brush them, if you steam them, if you air them out properly, you will rarely have to bring them, to the dry cleaner. Also, if you have more suits and they can rest in between, you have to go to the dry cleaner less often. Probably you will have to bring most of your items to the dry-cleaners once every two or three years.

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