Vintage and pre-owned wedding dress dry cleaning & preservation
Special Offer: 50% Wedding Dress Dry Cleaning and Preservation
January 10th – January 30th, 2020
Regular Price Wedding Dress Dry Cleaning and Preservation:
Seasonal Price Wedding Dress Dry Cleaning and Preservation: $220.00
Restores your Vintage or Pre-Owned Wedding Gown to its original color and shape.
Through advanced technology and techniques, 97% of Vintage wedding dresses are restored to their original color and “like new” condition.
Call now at (954) 968-6657 for a free detailed consultation with a Wedding Dress Cleaning and Restoration Specialist and get 50% off the estimated cleaning price.
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Even if it’s late at night – or nobody picks up the phone, please be sure to leave a detailed message. Sometimes we are busy in the production area, but we check for messages often and we will get back to you ASAP. Don’t worry, you won’t wait long.
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Feel Secure and Protected with your Private Personal Wedding Dress Manager
Immediately after receiving your call, a Personal Wedding Dress Manager will be assigned to you. Your Personal Manager will supervise the entire cleaning process and will be your direct point of contact. Any time you have questions, you will be able to contact your Personal Manager using your preferred method of communication including text, phone, or e-mail.
Before the cleaning process begins, a comprehensive inspection of your gown is conducted. Your Personal Manager will contact you to discuss the initial findings and plans for cleaning.
The safety of your dress is a top priority.
From the moment your wedding gown arrives at our high-security facility, specially created for safety in securing valuable garments, it always remains in view of one of the 27 hi-definition video cameras running 24/7.
Wedding dress dry cleaning and preservation process
Vintage wedding dresses can be fragile and often the seams or threads are brittle and can easily break. The first step in restoring a gown is to assess its current condition. Often these rare vintage dresses have holes or tears. Reasonable repairs are always included.
As white garments age, they begin to yellow and accumulate dust and bacteria. This yellowing is a natural process and usually indicates a deterioration of the fibers of the dress. Your vintage dress will be restored to its original color with non-toxic, bleach-free solvents and any stains will be specially treated and removed. Pre-treatment is mostly required at the hems which typically touch the ground, causing both soiling and often fraying. Other common stains are makeup, wine, and food. Of course, protecting your dress against damage is most important above all other details. If non-removable stains are identified your Personal Manager will contact you.
Embellishments make your wedding dress unique and beautiful. It gives the dress its personality. Yet these beautiful adornments are the most fragile part of the dress and have the most potential for damage. To prevent any possible risk, a protective muslin cloth is attached as a covering to all embellishments and non-removable decorations, fasteners, hooks and zippers that could snag or be damaged.
Your dress is delicately cleaned in a special state of the art dry-cleaning machine. This “smart” machine has specific programs for fragile wedding dresses. The program was developed by the manufacturer after years of testing with thousands of wedding gowns from different designers and fabrics to ensure ultimate damage-free cleaning. From the agitation rate to the temperature to the humidity and more, every aspect of the cleaning program was designed specifically for gently maximizing the cleaning of wedding dresses while ensuring the protection of the garment.
Upon completion of the cleaning process, the dress is inspected once again.
Only specially trained pressers care for wedding dresses. Each part and layer of your vintage dress is separately hand pressed using only highly polished steam irons developed for silk and other delicate fabrics. The steam is created from triple filtered purified water to eliminate chemicals and minerals that could potentially stain or harm delicate fabrics. Electric irons are NEVER used because they can overheat and cause damage. After carefully pressing, the dress gets formed on a three-dimensional mannequin for 24 hours to hold its shape while settling and cooling.