Happy Thanksgiving from Corinium Cleaners!
In this season of thanksgiving, we wish you the happiest of holidays from everyone at Corinium Cleaners. While we may not thank you often enough, I hope we show you our appreciation every day in our service to you.
This month, we will be CLOSED on THANKSGIVING DAY and open up to 5 p.m. on Wednesday November 27th. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Friday and Saturday following Thanksgiving Day.
3 TIPS FOR KEEPING YOUR CLOTHES STAIN FREE DURING THE HOLIDAYS
- Thanksgiving, enjoying your favorite holiday foods with friends and family.
- Then drip, drip. Sauce, soda, or salad dressing goes right down the front.
- During the hustle and bustle of the holidays, keeping our favorite garments spot and stain free can sometimes be a daunting task. Whether it’s that favorite silk blouse, holiday dress, dress shirt, or pants, a few simple tips will help keep your clothes (and you) looking great.
Tip #1 – Dab Dab Don’t Scrub Scrub
If you’ve dripped, spilled, or splashed something on your clothing, the first thing to do is remove as much of it as possible while it’s still fresh. Put a paper towel or white cotton towel underneath the spot, and dab the spot by pressing down. Don’t rub or scrub the spot. Scrubbing can damage the fabric or remove the color.
Tip #2 – Remember Rule #1
Tip #3 – Don’t Iron a Soiled Garment
Heat of any kind will cause the spot to set in and become a stain. This is especially true of those invisible spills that contain sugar. When sugar is heated, it will caramelize and turn brown, causing the spot to become visible, and often permanent.
Suggestion – Bring it to Corinium Cleaners
Try to get the garment cleaned within 24-48 hours to prevent the spot from becoming a stain. We have spot removal specialists that will treat the spot prior to cleaning to prevent staining.
Remember to tell us as much as you can about the soil, especially if it’s invisible; how long it’s been there, if anyone tried to clean it, and what it is: oil, sauce, etc.
Together we can keep you and your favorite garments looking good.