- The 1600 B.C. Cleaners.
A historic clay tablet, held at the British Museum, documents a conversation between a professional Mesopotamian cleaner and his particular client. After specifying the source of water for washing, the type of drying wind, and the sort of stones to press the luxury garment, the full-service cleaner answered, “I’ll show you a washing place and you can do it yourself if you think you know the work so well.” Customers today can trust our expertise with even the trickiest cleaning jobs – after all, we’re building on over 3600 years of cleaning (and customer service) experience. […]
- Saggy sweater blues.
When a favorite knitted warmer starts growing, don’t despair. We can help bring it back to shape. Let us know and we can block it the right size and shape when we clean it. We’ll even keep measurements on file for special garments – remember, we’re customer service specialists. May we serve your sweater’s special needs? […]
- Luck of the Irish.
The Irish laundryman jokingly ask, “Why should you never iron a 4-leaf clover? You don’t want to press your luck.” Whether you’re celebrating all things green and orange this Sunday or not, remember there are only two kinds of people in the world, the Irish and those who wish they were.&nbs […]
- Colors of Spring.
There’s a fresh new color palette in fashion this season to brighten your wardrobe and it’s pretty and exciting. Yellow verbena is a cheerful variation, turmeric orange pairs easily with browns, greens and blues. Pistachio green, aka sage, mint or seafoam, looks elegant paired with white jeans. Fiesta red always grabs attention and looks gorgeous. Pastel dove blue is perfect for a soft feminine look. Whatever the color, we’re here to keep it fresh and bright. […]
- Skip ahead this Sunday.
You’ll lose an hour to Daylight Savings but you can make up for it with our time-saving cleaning and laundry services. Whether we pick up and deliver or serve you from our counter, let us take care of your all your household linens and garment cleaning and ironing. […]
- Rest easy.
There’s nothing as comfortable as a freshly made bed, with crisp clean sheets, luxurious pillows and cozy warm blankets, quilts or duvets. Online resource Remodelista offers tips about bedding laundry, here are a few highlights. Use a minimum of a low-impact detergent, avoid heat and never use softener or dryer sheets — they make fabric less absorbent. Bring pillows, quilts and duvets to a professional, they’re tricky and hard to dry in a home machine. Don’t let the bedroom become stuffy, consider using an essential oil like lavender, rose geranium or cedar to add freshness. […]
- Appreciation Day.
Today we celebrate the dedication, ingenuity and friendliness of our staff. We’re proud to employ wonderful people who answer the phones, clean, finish and deliver your laundry, always with a smile. We’re in the business of taking care of your garments and without our caring staff we’d be nothing. Next time you deal with us, take a moment to check for friendliness, helpfulness and accuracy. If we can improve, be sure to let us know. If you’re delighted, let us know that too. We’re committed to 100% satisfaction – in your cleaning and in our service. […]
- Wool coat care.
Clean everyday coats twice a season to prevent dinginess. Remove surface dirt after wearing with a stiff brush, spot clean collar and cuffs with a damp cloth and mild soap. Hang a damp coat where air can circulate, not crushed in a closet, to avoid odors. We have years of experience with cleaning woolens, and every garment receives individual care to maintain your winterwear investment. […]
- Hit the slopes.
Get the most out of expensive ski wear. Check for salt, grit or food spills après ski. Close zippers and release tension on drawstrings or elastics, dry thoroughly before storing. Specifically follow care instruction tags: high tech fabrics need special attention, sometimes more sophisticated than your home washing machine. We’re your garment cleaning and care experts—even for technical sportswear. &nbs […]
- Makeup explosion.
When powder makeup gets on dark clothing (always when you’re in a hurry) ignore the instinct to brush it away. Rubbing spreads the mess and pushes the powder into the fabric. Blow instead, using canned air, hair dryer or your breath. Makeup remover on a cotton ball should pick up what’s left. We can remove stubborn makeup stains – even professional stage makeup. Tag the stain with masking tape and our experts will get to work on it next tim […]