Curtain Linen Dry Cleaning
Curtains, cushion covers, blankets, carpets and rugs. With special attention and your regular cleaning of fabrics will look and feel new and fresh again once again specialized cleaning of those fabrics will enhance and prolong their lifespan by using our retexturing process.
Linen items such as interior furnishings are recommend for dry cleaning. Linen can be washed but it may create water lines and streaks. The underlying reason is not the linen, rather the dyes, finishes, interfacing, lining, buttons, trim and even the thread that may be used in construction of garments. Undyed sanitorized linen launders beautifully, but few things are fashioned out of undyed linen. The added treatments and additions to the fabric complicate the cleaning process. If dry cleaning is the method of cleaning used, it is important to point out spots so the dry cleaner can pretreat the stain correctly.
We are currently running a promotion of $19.99 for comforters, blankets and small size rugs.
Step 1. Comforter Cleaning requires carefully reading label and determining the type of fabric to determine the method that would give premium quality results. It is very important to not neglect the temperature requirements provided by the manufacturers.
Step 2. We inspect seams, rips and holes to ensure that large comforters do not lose stuffing material. This inspection helps us major surprises that might result from having issues.
Step 3. We then inspect for spots and stains and pre-treat them. Blood and protein stains are removed with BPR and Coffee and juice stains are removed with Tanaway. Steam gun and vacuum are very handy in removing spots and stains from comforters as well as other dry cleaning garment.
Step 4. In most cases we shall wet clean a comforter. It is crucial to use cold or warm cycles and avoid hot cycles. Cold cycles helps avoid stretching of comforters. There are times when we may need to dry clean a comforter to protect downs feathers. In that case we decide gentle extraction cycles and steam drying comforters on a short cycle.
Step 5. We have learnt from our experience that additional rinse cycles make a significant difference in removing bad smells and ensuring that the comforter feels clean inside out.
Step 6. In many cases, we shall hang dry comforters and then steam dry them to bring fluffiness back. The key objective is to ensure that the shape of comforter is not damaged.
Tips – If you have allergies then we recommend cleaning your comforter every month. During drying cycles, you can add tennis balls to improve airflow.