Ties can be made out of any fabric that’s reasonably light. Silk, however is the most popular material simply because of its ability to “bounce” back into shape after being tied and untied repeatedly, without showing creases. If you own a silk tie – or a few – it’s important to know how to care for them. Cleaning A silk tie should never be washed in, or exposed Continue Reading
Caring For Clothes – And Mother Earth
Caring for clothes properly extends their life and is more earth-friendly! By reducing the consumption of new clothing, you reduce your contribution to fashion’s carbon footprint and worldwide waste in landfills. Whether new or second-hand, an everyday item, or an heirloom, all clothing lasts longer with proper care. Caring for Clothes: Cleaning 1. Think twice. Wash clothes only when needed. Many items can be worn more than once. Infrequent Continue Reading
Keeping White Shirts White!
How often do you purchase a fresh new, bright white top only for it to change color over time? It’s a frustrating experience how whites never seem to stay white. How can you keep your whites white while wearing them as often as you’d like? You’ll need Flair Cleaners for that. Consumer washing machines are capable of washing many clothes. Clothes can come out well when paired with the proper Continue Reading
A Tailored Suit Adds Style
Nothing makes a person feel more confident than a perfectly fitted suit. However, buying a suit and expecting it to fit straight off the rack is unrealistic. You might be able to find a fantastic style at local clothing stores in Los Angeles, but at the end of the day, you’ll still need an experienced suit tailor to make the best impression possible. The following are five times when having Continue Reading
Your Dry Cleaning Springtime Cleaning To-Do List
Springtime is almost here! The days are getting longer and warmer, and you’re chomping at the bit to get outdoors. In addition to the anticipation, sunshine, and birdsong, springtime is also cleaning time. And that’s a good thing. Especially when it comes to the clothes you’ve been wearing all winter and the outfits you plan to sport this summer. In the spirit of the season, we thought we’d Continue Reading
When To Dry Clean…Everything
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Need Storage Space? Get Out Of The Closet.
Whether you live in a small home or tend to have a constantly expanding wardrobe, you need more storage space for your clothes. The last thing you want to do is put your fresh wash and fold laundry, or dry cleaned clothes away in places that create wrinkles or expose them to dirt and potential stains! It may be time for you to get your clothes out Continue Reading
Business Success Secret: Send Blouses & Shirts to the Dry Cleaners
Online business calls have become the norm even after we’ve gone back to the office. We’ve all learned that these calls can be very productive. But, for better or worse, many of us have used the work-at-home trend as an invitation to dress like it’s laundry day. Not that there’s anything wrong with the “hoodies and t-shirts” look. As long as you get the job done, right? And, Continue Reading
Cleaning Delicate Fabrics With Flair
The only way to guarantee your clothes longevity, especially if they are made with delicate fabrics, is to take care of them. While most fabric labels indicate when they require special care – hand washing, dry cleaning, delicate fabric cycle – they are not that easy to figure out unless you are a cleaning expert. Without this knowledge, you run the risk of shrinking, changing the color of Continue Reading
Restoration: Dealing With Water Damage
Water damage can ruin clothing and other fabrics, whether from flooding, burst pipes, fire impression, or other mishaps. Bacteria, mold, and mildew, which may not be visible immediately, grow in wet items. This makes it imperative to begin restoration as soon as possible. Restoration success depends on the kind of water that affected the items and how long ago the damage occurred. Waiting more than 72 hours significantly Continue Reading
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