Dry cleaning tips to save you money Posted on February 12, 2020 under Blog, Cleaning Tips, Garment Care. | no comments.

Taking dry cleaning tips directly from a trusted dry cleaner will help you get the most out of your clothes and save you money. Clothes are an investment and taking your clothes to the dry cleaner is one way to protect that investment.


However, there are things you can do to help protect your clothes and get the most out of your dry cleaning services. It starts with reading the label on your clothes. We all know that it is important to follow the care instructions on the label but how many of us do it? If something says, “Dry Clean Only,” you need to take it to the dry cleaner. Don’t throw it in the washer and hope it will come out fine. You may think taking your clothes to the dry cleaner is expensive but it costs less than replacing your clothes. It is probably also more affordable than you think.


If you take proper care of your clothes, they will last longer. Here are a few tips.


Dry cleaning tips


Treating Stains


Most of us know all too well the frustration of spilling something on our clothes. Some stains are harder to clean than others. Stained work clothes, for example, will most likely need a trip to the dry cleaner.


Don’t be shy when it comes to telling your dry cleaner exactly what stained your clothes. This helps your cleaner treat your item most efficiently, which could save you some money when the bill comes.


dry cleaning tipsRegardless of the type of stain or the fabric, it’s best to get it to the dry cleaner as soon as possible so the stain doesn’t sit for too long. It could become permanent.


Choose fabric wisely


Next time you’re spending a pretty penny on a brand-new suit ask your clothing retailer for recommendations on the type of fabric. Tell the salesperson what you need the clothes for and what they would recommend. Read the care label and be realistic about how much effort you are willing to put into cleaning. If you have to hand wash something in cold water, will you do it? If not, find a fabric that looks nice yet is easy to clean. 


Clean matching clothes together


If you have a matching outfit, take the entire outfit to the cleaner at the same time. If you are washing a matching outfit, do it all at the same time. You don’t want one to get washed several times and the other only a few. A little color loss in a garment, no matter how minimal, can be noticeable.


Hopefully, these dry cleaning tips will help you save some of your hard-earned money by preserving the integrity of your clothes.

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