When at home, immediately blot or soak a spill from a fabric. Do not rub. Rubbing can damage the fabric and remove the dye.
Bring your garments for professional cleaning as soon as possible after a stain occurs. Stains left too long can become permanent and damage the fabric.
Protect your clothing from perfumes, lotions, antiperspirants, and hair products. Many of these solutions contain alcohol and will damage some dyes. These “invisible stains” often appear after being exposed to the cleaning processes. If possible, dress after applying hairspray, perfume etc.
Protect garments, especially silks, from excessive body perspiration. Body salts can weaken fibers and cause dyes to discolor. Use underarm shields where possible.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight will also weaken fibers and discolourareas of the garment.
Do not press stained or soiled clothing, as the heat can set stains.
When bringing items in for cleaning, point out stains on your garments and discuss concerns with our customer service personnel.
Have matching coordinates cleaned together so colours will remain uniform