HOW TO LOOK YOUR BESTThe phrase "Dress For Success" has never been truer than it is today. Your clothes will last longer and look better if they are cleaned regularly. As your drycleaner, our job is not just to get your clothes cleaned but returned them to you, as close to "like new" as possible.
The phrase "Dress For Success" has never been truer than it is today.
Your clothes will last longer and look better if they are cleaned regularly. As your drycleaner, our job is not just to get your clothes cleaned but returned them to you, as close to "like new" as possible.
This means we take care to remove every stain we can. You can help by pointing out any spots and especially areas where a stain occurred but may no longer be visible. Through our care, your clothes will be gently and expertly cleaned and dried in equipment designed specifically for that purpose.
Then your garments are pressed by our skilled finishers. Again, we may use highly specialised equipment but we will hand press an item if it is necessary for the perfect finishing touch.
After that, we inspect your clothes one last time before returning them to you. If something is not just right, we will correct it.
We make every effort to see that you and your clothes look the very best.
GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR RINGGITHere are some ways that will help you get the most from your dry cleaning "ringgit":
- Talk to us. Tell us about any specific stains and anything you have done to try to remove them, even the stain is no longer visible.
- Come in more often. Have your clothes cleaned regularly to improve the wear life. To have the best chance of removing any stains bring in the garment as soon as possible (preferably within one day) to prevent the stain from setting. A stain that has been allowed to "set" too long is sometimes impossible to remove and ruins your garment.
- We will listen. What are your likes and dislikes? We will do our best to see your requests are carried out.
- Test first. Do not attempt home spot removal without testing first for colour fastness. Wet an unexposed area such as an inside seam with water or cleaning solvent to make sure the colour would not run.
- Never put away a garment with spills or stains on it.
- Completely clean your clothes before ironing. If the stain has not come out the first try, do not put the garment in the dryer or iron it, let it air dry. You should consult us before you attempt further stain removal.
- Blot stains, never rub, especially a stain on silk. This prevents spreading the stain and also avoids damaging the fabric.
- Be careful. Avoid letting perfumes and lotions containing alcohol to touch your clothes. Allow deodorants to dry before you dress.
DRY CLEANINGWhen it is time to dry cleaning:
- Take in a stained garment as soon as possible.
- Tell the drycleaner what the stain is.
- Point out food and beverage spills.
- Point out areas damaged by improper home spotting - often, your drycleaner can correct. However, if the dye and fibres are severely damaged, the damage may be permanent.
MODERN FABRICARE THE DRY CLEANING SPECIALIST FO TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY TODAYThere is no real mystery about dry cleaning. Dry cleaning is simply the use of fluids to remove soil and stains from fabric.
It is called "dry cleaning" because the fluids contain little or no water and do not penetrate the fibres as water does.
Dry cleaning fluids actually dissolve greases and oils and remove them from the garment.
Water by itself cannot do this. Natural fibres such as wools and silks can shrink, distort, and lose colour when washed in water, but will dry clean beautifully from the machine.