• Changing Seasons

    Autumn is here and the weather will soon be changing.  That means changing your wardrobe.  Unless you have three or four empty closets in your home, you may have to store clothes with the changes of the season. Before putting clothes in storage, let us clean them. Cleaning prevents even invisible stains from discoloring and weakening […]

  • 7 Tips to Keep Your Clothes Lasting Longer

    Here are 7 tips that will help keep your favorite garments ready to wear, longer. Allow perfumes, lotions, deodorants, antiperspirants, and other toiletries to dry before you get dressed.  These products can contain ingredients that can cause discoloration. Bring a garment in for professional cleaning as soon as possible after becoming soiled.  Stains and soil […]

  • Don’t Let Your Clothes Get You Wrinkled

    Many of today’s garments are touted as wrinkle-free, but if they aren’t treated right they can still get wrinkles.  To keep all your garments looking fresh with fewer wrinkles, keep these tips in mind: Don’t overload the washer or dryer with too many clothes.  They won’t get as clean as they should, and they won’t […]

  • Cuffed pants, a brief history

    Back in the 1890’s, King Edward VII popularized sewn-in “turn-ups” as an alternative to rolling up pant bottoms in rainy weather. Cuffs were a sign of elegant tailoring until WWII wartime clothing restrictions banned cuffs and flaps on pockets to save fabric. Today, cuffs are recommended on trousers with wide or long legs, double pleats […]

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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Coats for Kids – Gary at the Coat Center Opening

Gary Glover stands in the completed Coat Center at the Salvation Army Christmas Center and thanks the many folks who helped it come to fruition.

Coats for Kids – Coat Center Behind the Scenes

People are coming through selecting coats from the Coat Center as Norman gives a behind the scenes look at where all the coats go. Click on the image below to go to our video blog.

Coats for Kids – Coat Center

Norman and Gary survey the Coat Center after it has been stocked for the opening of the Christmas Center. Click on the image below to go to our video blog.