5 Things You Didn't Know Were Hiding in Your Bedding
By Annie Pryatel
Your bedding and linens may be fluffy and cozy, but there may be some not-so-nice things hiding in them that require an eco-friendly clean.
Last year, we learned that many of you don’t regularly change your bed sheets in our American Laundry Habits Survey. 17% of men and 7% of women say they never wash their guest sheets. When it came to washing bedding, around 7% of men said they only wash their sheets every six months and 10% of men said they couldn’t remember the last time they did it.
Your beds and linens are full of (bad) surprises that could be affecting your skin, allergies, and sleeping habits.
Why is getting your bedding and linens cleaned by a professional so important? There are five main reasons why you should refresh your bedroom.
1. Dust Mites: Dust mites are microscopic bugs that feed off of dust, dirt, and dead skin cells left behind in your bedding and linens. It’s estimated that 1/3 of your bedding and linens could be infested with these pesky little bugs! They can cause allergy flair ups! The right combination of eco-friendly detergents and care can ensure dust mites don’t take over your bedroom.
2. Animal and Human Hair: Hair isn’t always easy to spot. It can get deep inside your linens and bedding. Sometimes, even high-powered washers and vacuums can’t remove all the hair! A professional cleaner is able to remove all the hidden hairs you may not notice with your eyes.
3. Dead Skin: Believe it or not, your skin falls off in your sleep, even if it’s not flaky! On average, a person will shed about 1.5 pounds of dead skin a year. Dust mites love to feed on dead skin, so making sure your bedding and linens are washed regularly can help keep the dust mites away.
4. Bugs: Besides dust mites, other microscopic bugs can linger in your sheets. From bed bugs to fleas, your home can create an atmosphere for these little triggers to set up shop.
5. Sweat: Did you know the average human sweats 2 gallons of sweat a year? Now imagine most of that sweat being soaked up by your pillows, blankets, and sheets.
When was the last time you had your bedding and linens professionally cleaned? With our eco-friendly detergent and processes, not only will you refresh your bedding and linens but we’ll send them back to you toxin-free. Refresh your bedroom and wake up feeling refreshed this fall! Call Casa Dry Cleaners today 212-647-8602 or schedule a pick up! Free Dropoff and Pickup.
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Cotton is a universal fabric that can be made thin, in order to be breezy for summer, or thick so it can hold up to the elements of winter. It’s also a great alternative for people who have allergies to fabrics like wool. It’s fairly durable, but it is also a very breathable fabric and is very soft. One drawback of cotton is that it absorbs moisture, so it’s not an ideal fabric to wear on its own if there are harsh weather conditions in the forecast.
Leather and Faux Leather
Leather is a gorgeous fabric that is perfect for not only the winter months but all year round. Leather is a unique textile because it seems to get better with age. It forms to you, it’s very durable, and it’s a great shield against the elements. You need to maintain leather in a special way, but if you can manage it, you can keep it forever. For a more animal-friendly option, you can also opt for faux leather, which doesn’t use any animal products.
One gorgeous, and incredibly warm fabric, to consider when things start to cool down is wool. Raw wool is typically gotten from sheep, but more recently, manufactured options are hitting retail stores. Wool is a special fabric because it creates a natural insulation due to the air pockets that are present throughout. On top of that, it’s also water-resistant, so it’s a great option for snowy and rainy weather. Wool is lightweight, yet strong, which makes it fairly durable and long-lasting. All-in-all, it’s one of the best options for casual or formal cold-weather gear.
Fur and Faux Fur
Humans have been using fur to keep warm for millennia. Fur was relatively easy to procure in the olden days and was used to keep the elements out while also retaining plenty of warmth for the cold, snowy months. Now that we have central heating, fur is more of a statement piece than a necessity, but it still keeps us warm all the same. We even have a faux fur option so we can still be fashionable without the need for an animal to lose its coat. Both options are warm and durable, but you need to know how to maintain them so you can keep them looking like new for years.
Last, but not least, is fleece. Fleece is pretty much synonymous with the winter time. Fleece is infinitely comfortable and relatively lightweight, so it’s a great fabric to use in casual, everyday coats and jackets so you can stay warm on the go. Along with it being lightweight, fleece is also an inexpensive fabric, so you can get a lot for very little money. It’s typically not water-resistant, so it’s best to keep it out of the rain and heavy snow if you opt not to put on a moisture-wicking layer on top.
When you buy leather goods, and specifically leather boots, you commit to caring for them in the best way. Leather boot care can be slightly intensive, but if you take the time to do it, your boots will last forever. You can care for your leather boots in three steps: cleaning, condition, and polishing.
During the winter months, boots are a huge staple in many people’s wardrobe. They provide warmth and protection from harsh winter climates and add a stylish flair to any outfit. Your winter boots need to withstand the elements for multiple seasons to get as much value as possible out of them. One way to ensure that happens is to clean them regularly. Here are a few easy ways to keep your leather boots clean so they will last for several winters.
When cleaning your boots, the first and most important thing to do is to loosen and remove any surface debris. This debris, like dirt and salt, can be harmful to the leather, so if it’s buffed into the boot, you run the risk of ruining your shoe. Once the loose debris is removed, use a horsehair brush to buff the surface of your boot and remove any stubborn substances. It’s recommended that you repeat this step once every other week.
Next, take a damp rag and swirl it in a pot of a saddle soap until it starts to lather. Test the soap on a small part of the shoe to make sure that it won’t cause a permanent stain. Run the rag across the entire surface of the boot, paying attention to any areas that are stained or need extra scrubbing. Allow that to dry for at least 10 minutes. You don’t have to use saddle soap each time you go to clean your boots, only if you notice that your shoes need a little extra cleaning.
Knowing how to condition leather boots is an essential step when you’re caring for them. Conditioners are useful for moisturizing the leather and keeping the fabric hydrated and soft. Once every 1-3 months, break out your conditioning kit. When you’re ready to condition your boot, it’s a good idea to, again, test a small spot on the shoe to make sure that the conditioner won’t discolor the leather. Work the conditioner over the boot and add more conditioner as needed. Conditioning may temporarily darken the shoe, but as it dries, the original color will show through.
How to Polish Boots
Once a week, be sure to polish your leather boots to keep them moisturized and shiny throughout the winter. You can use either shoe cream to provide the boot with additional moisture and nourishment or a wax-based polish to give a more pronounced shine. Either way, it’s important to find a polish that matches the color of your boots as closely as possible. Start with a small amount (a little goes a long way!) and add more polish as needed to produce maximum shine. Another benefit of polishing your leather boots is that the polish creates a barrier between the boot and debris, which keeps them looking fresh for longer. After the polish is dry, give the shoes a brush with the brush you used to shine your boots with to provide them with a final buffing to expose even more shine. In addition to cleaning your boots when they are already dry, you need to know how to care for your boots when they are wet. You can use a water-resistant spray, but it’s not generally necessary. Depending on the type of leather you get, your boots will naturally be water-resistant, but it’s important to care for wet boots to avoid cracking and fading. The good news is that it’s pretty simple to keep them looking pristine after they get drenched – let them air dry! Never set your wet boots directly in the sunlight or by a fire because it could dry your boots too quickly, causing them to crack.
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During the cold winter months, it’s important to find the perfect winter coat that is equal parts warm, comfortable, and fashionable. But, it can be hard to know which fabrics can tick all of those boxes when the time comes to purchase a coat. Winter coats are meant to last for years, so if you get one that doesn’t satisfy your needs, you might have to shell out even more money to buy a better coat next season. So, what is the warmest material for winter coats?
We wanted to help you know how to buy a winter coat, so below are three durable, warm fabrics to look for when you’re out shopping this season. Be sure to review our list of the best top winter-weather coat materials below. Happy shopping!
Best Fabrics or Materials for Winter Coats
When people think of warm winter coats, one of the first fabrics that go into their minds is wool. Wool is a gorgeous, and incredibly warm fabric that is perfect for the winter months. Wool is lightweight, yet strong, which makes it durable and long-lasting. Wool is a natural fabric, typically gotten from sheep, and creates a natural insulation due to the air pockets that are naturally present throughout. And because it’s a natural fabric, it also naturally water-resistant, so it’s a great option for keeping warm and dry through the snowy weather. All-in-all, it’s one of the best options for both a casual or formal winter coat.
e may be cheating a little bit, but tweed is a fabric that had to make it onto the list. Tweed is made out of wool or wool blend and usually comes in naturally-occurring colors. Tweed is also very durable and can come in a variety of options in terms of how heavy it is. Lightweight tweed coats are a good option for more mild fall temperatures while heavyweight tweed coats can withstand even the most frigid of winters. The sky’s the limit for this versatile fabric!
Natural Fur and Faux Fur
Fur is soft, luxurious, and downright warm. Humans have been wearing fur for millions of years and it has never gone out of fashion for a reason. It is water-resistant and can withstand temperatures well below freezing. Now, fur coats coming in much more flattering silhouettes but there still as durable and warm as ever. They are even available in a faux fur option so you can have the same level of warmth and quality without having to use an animal’s coat and you can often pay less for it.
How to Care for Your Winter Coat
No matter what fabric you opt to get your winter coat in, it’s imperative to know how to take care of it so it can last for multiple seasons. Most of the time, higher quality materials can only be dry cleaned and it’s important to find a great dry cleaning company that can provide quality services to not just your coat, but all of your garments.
That’s where we come in. Visit Casa Dry Cleaners to get the highest-quality dry cleaning for all of your warm winter coats. We offer environmentally-friendly dry cleaning services that are specifically designed for particular fabrics, so no matter which fabric you choose, it will be cleaned effectively.
We don’t outsource your shirts to a big cleaner who doesn’t know your name, we do everything right here with the latest in shirt pressing technology. You will definitely look good in a shirt that has been professionally laundered and pressed. We always double check to make sure your buttons are not damaged or missing, and that your shirt is looking great, complete with a collar support. Ask for your shirts on hangers, or folded and boxed.
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Making you look good is our business. When you look good, we look good. For this reason we are committed to treating your garments with the utmost care and quality. All dry cleaning and wet cleaning is done in house, and according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Our route drivers are also trained to provide the best care to your garments.
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Welcome to CASA Organic Dry Cleaners & Custom Tailoring. We are a full service dry cleaning establishment in Chelsea and we have been servicing New York City, and Manhattan for years. We provide a green and Eco-friendly dry cleaning service that is 100% safe for the environment. Unlike traditional dry cleaners, we use ORGANIC CLEANING and WET CLEANING technology with non-toxic substances such water, biodegradable soap and steam. No use of harmful toxic chemicals. Safe for you and your family. Safe for the environment and EPA approved. Garment look cleaner, last longer, feels softer, look brighter and smell fresher. Our Eco cleaning system is the best and most advanced in the industry. Our stores are open 7 days a week and you can open account and schedule pickups online at www.casadrycleaners.com 24×7 365 days a year. Our pickup and drop-off services are free.
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In an Increasingly Wrinkle-Free, Wet-Wash, Hassle-Free Clothing World, Why Should I Pay For Dry Cleaning?
After all, companies like Jos. A. Bank and Eddie Bauer have worked hard to offer “traveler” lines of wrinkle resistant clothes. While others have developed some fantastic lines of washable silks and wools. Dressing well in the 21st century, like most everything else, has become “user-friendly.” Like most people you can chuck your dirty clothes in your washing machine, dry it, and still look pretty darn good. Simple.
Despite the increasing popularity of these clothing lines, dry cleaning and professional cleaning is no worse for the wear. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider professional dry cleaning.
1. Super Stain Removal
If you’re like me, food has a natural affinity for your clothes; particularly, your nice clothes. For example, if you were out with your friends and dropped some pizza on yourself you would have a number of issues. First, you would have to remove the wet-side tannin from the tomato sauce whichrequires wet cleaning with something slightly acidic. A quick wash in your machine, right after your pizza made a jump for it, would do a decent job at removing surface stains. However, the bigger issue would be all the oils and greases: olive oil in the sauce and crust, grease from the cheese and meats. The best way to handle these stains is with a powerful degreaser. As a professional cleaners, we have access to incredibly powerful degreasers, soaps, and solvents. A rinse in our Eco-friendly solvent (Solvon K4) would lift those stains out rather quickly. So, eat without fear!
2. Try a Little Tenderness
Dry cleaning is unique in being both powerful and gentle. A lot of clothes you would consider bringing into a professional cleaners are, well, special. You don’t want to go to a laundromat and chuck your favorite shirt or pair of pants into that machine. We bought a Firbimatic f40, Italian made, dry cleaning machine. It’s not only Eco-friendly, but customizable. So instead of whipping your clothes around at 1800 rpm, we can slow it down to 120-140 rpm. Meaning: your clothes get the powerful clean of hydrocarbon solvent with the most gentle process. So, there’s no need to worry about your expensive or, simply, your favourite clothes getting ruined.
3. Finish Like A Pro
Like a good golf-swing, we follow through. After your clothes have been tagged, spot cleaned, and washed they will be either hand-pressed or steamed out. Pressing your own clothes can be tedious and often frustrating ordeal. But, it’s our profession. We have specially designed machines to press cuffs and collars, blouses and jackets; even to steam out the top part of your pants. That means you get a fantastic looking finish to your clothes. Having a wrinkle-resistant shirt is very different from having one that has been professionally cleaned and pressed.
4. Lucille, Angora, and Faille! Oh my!
Although there are many easy-to-wear clothing lines, there are still those items, with the unpronounceable fabrics, that need a little extra attention. If you aren’t sure what the fabric is you should research it or bring it in and ask us. It’s our job to know how to clean a variety of items and fabrics. Besides strange fabrics you may just have an item that you shouldn’t try cleaning yourself. Neckties, suits, and blouses are notorious culprits. Just dabbing a stain on one of these items with water or home remedy can have disastrous results that are hard, if not impossible, to reverse. If you aren’t sure about something, play it safe. Take it to a professional.
5. It’s So Fluffy
That’s what most of us would like to say about our bed spreads–nice puffy comforter, mattress topper, pillow. A lot of these items can be cleaned at home. However, since we’re American (Uh-Mur-Uh-Kahn) we like things big and bold. You can often get away with washing a twin size comforter in your standard washing machine. But anything larger and you run into multiple complications. There’s no room for it to spin and actually get clean; it might shove all the filling to one side; worse yet, it might tear. Depending on your lifestyle, it is usually best to let us take care of it. We have the machinery and the ability to safely clean your household items. Whether you have a nice Pendleton wool blanket, a nice set of drapes, or a ginormous cloud-like bed spread we’re able to clean it all.
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Dry cleaning is a necessity if you own a closet full of elegant men’s clothing. While proper wardrobe maintenance should always be the foundation of your clothes cleaning efforts, dry cleaning has its place. The tags of your sweaters, suits, and shirts may declare that they are “dry clean only”, but what does that mean and why is it necessary? After all, frequent dry cleaning can be quite costly and that “bargain” sweater that needs to be cleaned every time you wear it ends up costing you lots of money and time.
When your expensive clothing is damaged or lost, what can you do? I’m sure many of you reading this have been burned when it comes to having a garment come back missing buttons, torn, or in the worst case scenario-doesn’t come back at all. You may have purchased your suit for $2,000, but if it vanishes you’ll be lucky to see 1/10th of that. The key to preventing a loss is up-front preparation – which we’ll discuss below.
Dry cleaning your clothing unnecessarily shortens the usable life of your garments. I’ve met men who dry clean their clothing once a week – others twice a year. When should you dry clean and what are the effects of the dry cleaning solvent on your suit’s wool fibers? We’ll get into the details here.
You should understand what you are spending your money on. What’s the difference between the dry cleaner next to your house that charges 99 cents per shirt vs. the one near your office that charges triple that? Is the more expensive one worth the money? We’ll discuss ways to measure the quality of a dry cleaner and choose the best one for your needs.
What is dry cleaning?
Dry cleaning is a cleansing process that uses a solvent called perchlorethylene or DF2000 to clean clothing. The perc (as it’s called in the industry) is run through the garment and then extracted along with dislodged oils, food, dust, and other unwanted dirt particles. Since soap & water are not used in the process, it’s called “dry” cleaning.
Make sure your garments are properly tagged – this is where most problems start!
The dry cleaning process starts when you drop your clothing off; first it’s tagged and then sorted by whether it needs to be dry cleaned, laundered, pressed, or altered. At this point the clothing is often moved to another location; in fact, it’s not uncommon for all the dry cleaners in an area to use the same contractor or be owned by a few companies. This is why many cannot offer same day service or when “they” lose a garment you’re out of luck because the garment is lost in a much larger system than just the facility you dropped it off at. Also, despite two cleaners charging different prices for the same service, if they use the same master cleaning facility, you are receiving no added benefit despite paying more. I always look to use cleaners who do their work in house – I like knowing my garments are kept right where I dropped them off and handled by the person I gave them to.
Back to the process – after the drop-off stains are pre-treated (note – it’s very important you point out stains and label what the stain is so that it is treated properly) and the clothing is loaded into large machines where they sit in baskets and rotate in perchlorethylene – the perc is then drained using centrifugal force (shirts and other cotton garments are more often simply laundered with water and soap – it’s less expensive and does the job without damaging the fabric). A good cleaning facility will then inspect clothing for any remaining soiled spots and post-treat if necessary. Next the clothing is lightly steamed, pressed, and ironed where applicable. Finally, garments are sorted out, shipped if necessary, and then stored for pick-up.
Always ask: Does your suit or shirt really need to be dry cleaned?
Most of us dry clean our delicate clothing way too much; more often than not simply brushing your wool sports jacket and hanging it in a well ventilated area will eliminate odors caused by light smoke or food. If you spill food or drink on the garment, simply spot clean it as necessary by gently blotting the cotton or wool fabric with clean water. Stains that require quick attention such as mustard or red wine, especially on light colored or silk fabrics, should be taken to the cleaners the next morning. Immediate action after the spill should be to change the garment if possible, slip it off in the case of a tie, or carry on as if it doesn’t bother you. Avoid home remedies such as club soda and salt and never rub a stain or put water on a fabric that can’t be washed in water (ties especially) – you’re just as likely to damage the fabric, especially if it’s fragile.
How often should a person dry clean their wool clothing?
There is no right answer here; an architect who wears a sports jacket to the job site in Orlando is going to soil his jacket much faster than a computer engineer wearing the same jacket in the Bay Area. My guidance here is when brushing, spot cleaning, and airing out no longer do the trick….take the wool garment into a quality cleaner. Dry clean when you must, not on a set schedule that will strip and weaken the wool fibers and damage their ability to crimp, thus unnecessarily aging the garment.
The specialized machinery that cleans, steams, and presses your clothing.
How should a man select a dry cleaner?
Selecting a dry cleaner is very similar to selecting a tailor.
What is their lost garment/damage to clothing policy? Do they replace or give you depreciated value as listed in the International Fabricare Institute’s Fair Claims Guide? What this means is that a three year old custom suit bought for 2K can be argued by a cleaner to only be worth 200 dollars. So was saving that $5 worth it? Always choose a cleaner with a great replacement policy.
Are they clear on their pricing? Do they try the old “bait and switch” trick, and if so, what does this say about the integrity of the cleaner? Make sure to ask how much you’ll be charged upon picking up your item – the lowest price guarantee that brought you into the store may only apply to one item, and even the listed prices may just be starting prices not including extra costs applied to specialty garments.
How long have they been in business under their current name? Be wary of a cleaner that has changed ownership and names every few years. In the case you do have an issue with a cleaner, take them to court, and win, collecting on a judgment is notoriously difficult because unless they voluntarily pay up, you need to force a withdrawal. Dry cleaning businesses can often maintain multiple bank accounts under various names and you may end up filing with a court a half dozen times for a sum that quickly becomes not worth the effort.
What level of training do they have? When you hand the person behind the counter a silk shirt and ask for it to be laundered, you want someone behind the counter to suggest that the shirt be carefully dry cleaned instead, since a harsh washing method like laundering would destroy the shirt. Don’t be afraid to ask about trainings and “test” their knowledge of the cleaning process.
How to protect yourself in case of lost or damaged clothing
Do your homework. Do a Google search and locate any online reviews – what are others saying about how the dry cleaner reacted when something went wrong? Now realize a customer’s view is only one side of the story and an upset customer is more likely to report a problem than a satisfied one is to give praise – so don’t let a single review scare you off. But don’t ignore it either. Give them a call and ask a few questions – are they friendly and competent or rude and unhelpful? Are they on America’s Best Cleaners list?
Maintain your records. Ensure that when you drop off your clothing you receive a detailed receipt. It should have a legible description of what you dropped off, when it was dropped off, who it was left with, and what you asked to have done. For most shops this isn’t standard, and may be met with a frown, especially at rush hour. But without it it’s your word vs. theirs if something goes wrong. Also, you should have photographs or video of all your valuable clothing – the great part here is that this can also be used for your home insurance records as well.
Foster a relationship of trust. The best way to protect yourself is to create a long term relationship with a merchant that builds trust between both parties. The men and women in the dry cleaning industry are like anyone else, and will often bend over backwards for a customer they like. You have to understand the margins in this industry are paper thin, and many of these companies would go out of business if it wasn’t for family members pitching in. However, they often do realize a long-term relationship isn’t about a single sale and are very interested in building loyalty and repeat business. So strike up a conversation, tip if the service warrants, learn their names and ask about their family – because when you lose that receipt, and they lose the garment, more often than not an agreeable settlement will be reached.
A big thank you to Martin and Tanya Martin of Martin’s 1 hour cleaners in Shawano, WI for the images.