• Dressing For Success Still Works

    According to Inc. magazine’s survey of 500 firms, relaxed dress leads to relaxed manners, morals and productivity. What you wear impacts your attitude, affects others and can influence the reputation of your entire company. Wearing traditional business attire puts you in the mood to work, performing at your best. Wearing sneakers puts you in the […]

  • Classic Jeans Care Tips

    We all have a favorite pair that fits like an old friend. When you buy a pair made of untreated raw denim, some experts recommend wearing for six months before washing. Why? It takes wear to break down super-stiff fibers, and during the process the jeans actually conform to your shape. When you do wash […]

  • Getting To Know Us – Maricela Donado-Sandoval

    Getting to Know Us This is Maricela, one of our dry cleaning specialists at our Staples Mill location. She has been with us for 19 years and started as a shirt presser at our Tuckahoe location in 1998. We asked Maricela a few questions so you could get to know her better and here’s what […]

  • Polo Shirts, A Brief History

    Originated by French tennis champion René Lacoste and introduced at the 1926 U.S. Open, the polo shirt quickly became favored tennis attire. The combination of comfort, breathability, long tuckable tail and soft collar quickly made the Lacoste popular for golfers. In 1972 Ralph Lauren founded his company on the “Polo” shirt. Today, every major clothing […]

In addition to being named the Best Dry Cleaner in Richmond, VA for over 2 decades and one of America's Best Cleaners, we're also committed to doing our part for our neighborhood, and we are proud of our community programs. Through our signature program, Puritan Cleaners Coats For Kids, we've collected well over 300,000 coats for the Salvation Army since we started in 1988. We've also partnered with the Central Virginia Food Bank to raise over 400,000 meals through our 100K Meals program. We also have programs that support our troops, the Junior Women's League, and the Cancer Society. We love the Richmond community, and appreciate your support.

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Kids Helping Kids – Tomahawk Creek Middle School Donates to Coats For Kids

Our first visit to Tomahawk Creek Middle School was a good one, and we were able to bank over 100 coats in their first Coats For Kids drive.

Kids Helping Kids – Lindley Organized Her Own Coat Drive

This is what we love most.  Kids with big hearts and a little moxie, that take action to help others in need. Lindley did her own coat drive to collect gently used coats, and showed up with her parents at our Calling All Coats! coat drive at our Short Pump location.  She donated a carload […]

Kids Helping Kids – Pearson’s Corner Elementary Donates to Coats For Kids

The Coats For Kids team ventured to Hanover County and visited Pearson’s Corner Elementary for the first time. We found an enthusiastic bunch of kids who really did a great job of getting coats their first time out.