Dry Cleaning and Stain Removal

To increase the chances of removing the stain, it is recommended that you immediately mark the spot where the spill occurred with a piece of tape to make us aware of the invisible stain, on a piece of paper write what was spilled, bring it to be cleaned immediately. Stains or soils left too long may become permanent.
Keep perfumes, lotions, antiperspirants, deodorants, and other toiletries away from contacting with your clothes. These products likely contain alcohol, which can damage some dyes.
Protect your garments, especially those made of silk, from excessive perspiration. Perspiration stains left on fabric cause many dyes to discolor and silk fabric to damage and deteriorate.
Never rub a stain or attempt home spot removal with either water or a cleaning fluid, especially with silk garments.
Have matching pieces cleaned together, so any color fading will be uniform.
Don't press stained or soiled clothing, as the heat may set some stains.
Protect your garments from prolonged exposure to direct light.
Remove the plastic film cover, air the clothes in shade for a while before putting in the closet.

Wet Cleaning

Sort clothes by fabric, weight, and color. Lighter garments can pick up dyes from darker colors.
a. Empty all pockets. The stains and damage which can result from one hidden lipstick, lip balm, stick of gum or crayon goes beyond words!
b. Turn down cuffs on shirts and trousers.
c. Close all zippers snaps and hooks.
Follow care directions on clothing labels.
Do not overload your washing machine. If the washer is too full, the clothes won't get enough agitation, and may not get clean. Also, all the detergent may not be dissolved, leaving globs of detergent paste on fabric.

Hand Wash

Follow care instructions on the label.
Wash in warm or cold water (according to care guidelines and rinse in cold)
Allow detergent to fully dissolve before adding clothes.
After washing squeeze out excess water and dry flat out of direct sunlight.
To avoid shrinkage, do not machine wash or dry.
To avoid color loss, do not rub or wring.


Check care labels carefully for the proper drying procedures.
Using proper drying procedures protects fabrics and minimizes wrinkling.
Do not overload the dryer clothes need to be able to circulate freely. Overloading results in excessive wrinkling. Heat damage to clothing can also result if the dryer vents become blocked.
Remove clothing from the dryer as soon as the cycle ends. Hang or fold immediately to help reduce wrinkling.
Circular knits and sweaters should be laid flat to dry.


Bleach should only be used when it is recommended on the care label. Should be applied with cold water and maximum exposure must be 1 hour.


Be sure you read the care label for the proper ironing procedure and temperature setting to use.
Do not iron items which are dirty or stained. Heat from the iron will set stains.
Keep the iron and the ironing board cover clean to avoid soiling the clean garments/ fabric being ironed.