Tropical Threads Potential Problem: Major color changes can occur in Hawaiian-style shirts, turning khaki garments green, as shown above. Linen clothing may shrink, fade, or distort. Clothing Care: Don't assume elegant tropical shirts must be dry cleaned. Shirts with "wash" labels may lose a component color through dry cleaning. Use a gentle cycle and warm water for linen, then dry on a rack or hanger to minimize shrinkage. Extra ironing will be necessary. Antiperspirant Pote
Upholstered furniture may come with the manufacturer's recommended method of cleaning. The American Furniture Manufacturers cleanability code may either be permanently attached to the upholstered piece or a part of the hang tag. Upholstery is not covered under the Federal Trade Commission's Care Label Rule. Labeling of furniture is strictly voluntary. The following cleanability codes were designated by fabric manufacturers. Caution: Never remove cushion covers for separate cl
Meet our Alteration Staff on-site Every Monday & Tuesday, 9am-5pm.
If you can't meet with our Seamstress don't worry, our Customer Service Representatives have over 35 years of combined alteration experience and will be happy to help you with your Alteration needs. How: Stop in with your item to have altered and our in house seamstress will custom fit you. She will let you know the pick-up date and you return to pick up at that time. 307 Jackson Park Rd,
Kannapolis, North C
Now that winter is over, it’s time to store away all those winter clothes until next season. Follow these simple rules to keep your winter fashions looking good season after season. •Wash and dryclean everything before storage. Some stains that are now invisible may darken with age. Dirt and food are also invitations to insects. • Make all necessary repairs—sew sagging hemlines, replace missing buttons, and fix split seams— before cleaning and storing for the season. •Store a