3 Steps To Prepare Your Business Suit For Dry Cleaning

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3 Steps To Prepare Your Business Suit For Dry Cleaning

6 August 2019
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Wearing business suits is often expected with most corporate jobs but getting them clean can be stressful. Dry cleaning not only gives your business suit a near-new appearance but also prolongs its shelf life. This means you don't have to keep spending hundreds of dollars on new suits. If you're planning to get your business suit dry cleaned, here are some ways to prepare:

Avoid Placing The Suit For Too Long In Plastic

Dry cleaning can help to prolong the shelf life of your business suit. But you need to follow certain guidelines to help as well. For example, plastic prevents the suit fabric from breathing. This can result in moisture forming and damaging the cloth over a period. To prevent this from happening, make sure the business suit is stored in soft fabric that allows the material to breathe without letting dust and dirt settle in.

Check All Your Pockets Before You Bring Your Suit To The Dry Cleaner

One of the most common mistakes people make is forgetting to check their business suits for anything. Sometimes it could be as small as pocket change. In other cases, it could be more serious things like your wallet, credit cards and licenses. While your dry cleaner will probably store it for you, imagine the stress of not knowing where it is in the first place. Worst of all, you'll have to head back to the dry cleaner to pick up the items you've forgotten. That's all well and good if you're a few minutes away. But if you live far away, this could be a real hassle. Checking your pockets before giving the suit for dry cleaning can make things so much easier for you.

Mark Any Stains Before Giving The Suit For Dry Cleaning

Your dry cleaner will likely check your suit before any cleaning but if you want some specific stains removed, it makes sense to mark them. This makes it easier for the dry cleaner to identify and focus on removing them. As good as dry cleaning is, sometimes spots can be overlooked. If you have a stain or stains in particular that need removing, be sure to mark them so it's easier for everyone. You should also tell the dry cleaner in person especially if a specific substance causes the stain and you're aware of it.

Dry cleaning is one of the best ways to keep your suit in pristine condition. Follow these steps to make sure your suit can be worn for as long as possible without damage and check out laundry pick up and delivery options in your area. 

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In my hairdressing salon we like to have our hairdressers looking as professional as possible, so we have a corporate uniform. I want them to feel good, though, so it's important that our uniform suits all of our staff, no matter what their body type. In our line of work, where we are selling personal appearance, you need to make sure that your staff are looking great at all times. Our uniform needs to be non-fussy and easy to wash, as well as being easy to move in. Hairdressing is a lot more physical than many people realise. This blog is all about hairdressing uniforms.