Dry Clean City Valued Customers,
Say Hello to our new General Manager, Pete Polizos, on your next visit. Pete was previously the General Manager of Zoes Kitchen, Vestavia location.
We want to thank all of the customers that supported us in our December canned goods drive. Thanks to you we were able to donate over 80 pounds of non - perishable food to Jimmie Hale Mission.
HERE ARE 3 USEFUL GARMENT CARE TIPS:
Q. "How often should I dry clean my clothes?"
A. Freshly cleaned and pressed clothing looks great and helps make a good impression. With proper dry cleaning, your clothes will look better longer. How often you should dry clean really depends on how often you wear the garment and how well you take care of it.
Here are a few suggestions. If a garment is soiled or stained by perspiration, it should be dry cleaned as soon as possible. Light color garments and frequently worn clothes are especially susceptible to dirt and require more frequent cleaning. It is recommended to have all matching pieces such as suits cleaned at the same time. This prevents any color differences from occuring between the matching garments. Always clean your garments before storing away for the season.
It's also a good idea to give your clothes a "rest." Do not wear the same suit or sport coat two days in a row. By allowing time between wearings, fabric fibers can regain their memory. Use proper hangers and don't stuff your closets too full - provide enough room for your clothes to avoid wrinkling and benefit from air circulation.
Q. "Does frequent cleaning shorten the life of a garment?"
A. No. Actually, frequent cleaning prolongs the life of a garment. Not only do stains set with age, making a piece of clothing less attractive, but ground in dirt and soil act as an abrasive--just like sandpaper--causing rapid wear of fibers. Also, insects are attracted to soil and can cause further damage.
Q. "What can I do to help prevent moth damage to my clothing?"
A. The best way to prevent moth damage is to have clothes cleaned before storing them for the season. This will remove the stains that may attract moths, as well as kill any remaining larvae. Also, cedar chips or mothballs can be placed in the storage area to help repel moths.
WE ARE EASY ON THE ENVIRONMENT & EASY ON YOUR WALLET!
Recycle, Restore, Reuse
Please bring us your excess wire shirt hangers and we will recycle every one that we can. Let's all work together to keep these hangers from going to the landfill.
SPREAD THE WORD!
Please help us continue to grow by recommending us to your relatives, friends, and co-workers. Feel free to forward a copy of this newsletter to them or have them visit our website
WE ARE ALWAYS FOCUSED ON YOU!
Our staff is 100% dedicated to making your Dry Clean City experience very pleasurable. We pride ourselves in giving you superior customer service. Our associates take pride in their work and truly enjoy servicing you and building relationships with our customers. If you ever need us to do anything to make your life a little easier please don't hesitate to ask.
John & Holly Mattioli, Owners
1008 Vestavia Parkway Ste 100
Pete Polizos, General Manager
Dry Clean City Of Vestavia Hills
Vestavia Hills, Alabama 35216
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