Your favorite perfumes or colognes make you ‘scent’-sational, but their high alcohol content can stain your garments. When you apply the fragrance, the alcohol evaporates quickly, leaving the oil scent base. If your clothing comes in contact with the alcohol before it’s dry, a chemical reaction can occur, leaving faded or discolored spots. On white […]
FeedMore distributes over 75,000 lbs. of food EVERY DAY and the need for food increases in the summer months as children are out of school. Every Spring we partner with our community to collect funds and food donations for FeedMore and the Central Virginia Food Bank. Our goal each year is to collect enough funds and food to […]
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 […]
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 […]
Club soda has long been considered a universal stain remover. However, using club soda to treat a spill on your garment usually just spreads out the spill, making the stain larger. In fact, club soda can make removal of oily stains like butter and gravy almost impossible. Also, rubbing a stain with club soda can […]
As part of their Red Robin U Act progam, the 6th grade class at Salem Christian School donated nearly 100 coats to Puritan Cleaners Coats for Kids. Big thanks to Heather Wiley – PTO President, Bible/Math teacher Ms. Peters, and the 6th grade class!
The folks from Richmond Family magazine stop by with a donation. Visit them online at richmondfamilymagazine.com Click on the image below to view the video blog. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aGBHyWP-1s]