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If I drop off my clothes in the morning, when will they be ready for pick up?
At Pressed4Time weâre on your schedule. When you drop off your clothes, weâll ask you when you need them to be ready. We offer same day service at all four locations, and if your clothes are in our store by 9:00 AM, we can have them ready for you by 4:00 PM. If you are in need of faster service, please ask us. Which fabrics are recommended for dry cleaning?
Wool, silk and acetate fabrics are most appropriate for dry cleaning. Also any fabrics trimmed in suede or leather. Pieces embellished with fancy beading, pearls, rhinestones or sequins and fine "designer" knit suits are great candidates too. How important is it to follow the care labels?
Following the care labels on each garment is very important. These labels are provided by the manufacturer to ensure the best possible care for your garment, going against these instructions could cause irreversible damage to your clothes. If I get a bad stain on my clothes, what should I do?
While there are readily available stain removers on the market, take extra care when using them. Depending on the fabric and color of your clothing, using these popular remedies may cause more harm than good. Let our expertly trained staff know about your stain and we’ll do our very best to make your garment look new again. We pride ourselves in our ability to remove the tough stains in your clothes. How Can You Help Your Clothes and Your Cleaner?
Bring your garments in for professional cleaning as soon as possible after staining occurs. Stains or soils left too long may become permanent. Discuss any stains with your cleaner. Keep perfumes, lotions, deodorants, antiperspirants, and other toiletries away from your clothes. These products likely contain alcohol which will damage some dyes. Protect garments, especially those made of silk, from excessive perspiration, as this can cause dyes to discolor. Have matching pieces of an ensemble cleaned together so any color fading will be uniform. Protect your garments from prolonged exposure to direct light. Don't press stained or soiled clothing, as the heat may set some stains. Does Pressed 4 Time Guarantee their work?
Yes, at Pressed4Time we pride ourselves in our quality. We go out of our way to make sure your whites are bright, your buttons are in place, and your clothes are clean and wrinkle free. If you are not satisfied, please let us know within 2 weeks of pickup so we can make it right. Can I store clothes in the plastic bags provided by the cleaners?
Plastic does not breathe and can therefore trap in moisture, which deposits on to your garments. Pressed4Time provides these bags to protect your garments during transportation from the store. Clothes should be stored in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Never store clothes in a garage or attic. What are the benefits of having my garments dry cleaned?
Dry cleaning removes any dirt, oil and debris form the garment, including body oils, food oils and wax. With a pre-treatment, dry cleaning can also remove tougher stains such as coffee and perspiration. How do I know which of my garments to dry clean?
Just about any quality fabric should be dry cleaned. Satin, silk, chiffon, tulle, wool, acetate, linen, organza, 4-ply polyester and any fabrics lined in leather or suede should all be dry cleaned. Also, any clothing with embellishments such as fancy beadwork, rhinestones or sequins should be professionally cleaned. You may also check the labels of your clothing for proper care. How soon should I dry clean my garments after wearing?
Hard to remove stains such as food, drink and perspiration typically set in within 48 hours. It is best to bring your garments in for a cleaning as soon as possible to avoid yellowing, discoloration and weakening of the fabric. I'm ready to store my out-of-season garments. Do I need to clean them prior to storing?
It is extremely important to have your garments cleaned prior to placing them in storage. Even if clothing appears to be clean, invisible stains and debris such as perfume, body oil, food stains, etc. can discolor and ruin fabric. I've got a beautiful vintage wedding gown - but it has yellowed. Can it be restored?
Your vintage wedding gown can be transformed into a gleaming shade of white, provided that the material is not too dry and brittle to endure the necessary treatments. Does having my clothes dry cleaned regularly mean that they will not last as long?
Quite the opposite. Regular dry cleaning prolongs the life of your clothing by removing stains and dirt that would have otherwise become embedded in your clothing and eroded the fabric.


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