Wedding Gowns Cleaning Alteration & Preservation
The most precious and memorable item of clothing that you will probably ever buy deserves special care, particularly if you are planning to pass it onto your daughter, or, perhaps saving it for your self.
We treat your wedding gowns with extraordinary care.
We use different processes for a different gown. Dry Cleaning, Wet Cleaning, Spot Cleaning, Deep Cleaning & Stem Cleaning.
Not every wedding Gown can be clean in the same way, different fabric or design need a different method of cleaning. All of our processes are safe, gentle and environmentally safe. We are able to remove approximately 98% of all stains – including water stain, food, champagne blood, perspiration, grass, mud, grease, tar is the most common, as well as any sugar stains from cake icing, wine, other beverages.
100% Hand Cleaning
Our Exclusive 12-Step Wedding Gowns Cleaning Process
Cost of wedding gown cleaning!
Not every wedding Gown can be clean in the same way, different fabric or design need a different method of cleaning that's why there is no set price for cleaning a wedding gown.
For more information please call us at 310-652-1200
Each gown is evaluated upon its arrival and the best cleaning process for that particular gown is used. Your gown is then fitted on an acid-free bust form and packed in our acid-neutral preservation chest. Please note shoulder pads and bust pads must be removed as they could cause damage to the gown over time. They will be wrapped in tissue paper and packed underneath your gown.
Pre - Wedding Cleaning or Pressing Restoration of a Vintage Gown
Oxidation of stains
Plastic fumes: Gowns kept in plastic gown bags are exposed to the most harmful environment possible: plastic fumes. Most plastic gives off chemical fumes that cause the yellowing of bridal gowns. Some brides take the initiative to get their dress cleaned, but still, leave their gown in the dry-cleaner’s plastic wrap or garment bag.
Your dress may have any noticeable stains from any food or make-up, or the hemline may be soiled. Or your dress may look clean to you, but don’t be fooled, perspiration and spills from alcoholic beverages or clear soda may dry clear, but oxidize with time, turn brown and become more difficult to remove later. Body perspiration may cause the dress fabric and the lining to turn brittle over time. Your dress needs to be cleaned in order to keep it in the best condition possible.
1. Checked In
2. Inspection (Before Cleaning)
3. Stains & Spots Removing
4. Individually cleaned
5. Dry Cleaning or Wet Cleaning
6. Re-inspection (After Cleaning)
7. Individually dried to make sure all moisture is gone
8. Individually Hand pressed & steamed
9. Any Repair
10.Shaped & place on an acid-free bust form
11. Before Boxing: We encourage our customers to inspect their wedding dress after cleaning to assure you that the gown has been properly cleaned and preserved prior to being placed in a specially designed completely acid-free box
12.Email for pick up
Wedding Gown Preservation
Last for many years!
You may hope that one day your daughter or your daughter-in-law or even your granddaughters wear your dress or just for yourself for sentimental reasons
best way to retain its color, fabric, and shape.
Creates a beautiful heirloom that you can pass down through generations
Multiple inspections ensure thorough attention and care
Your gown will be hand-pressed and wrapped in museum-style muslin
Sealed presentation chest keeps your gown protected from mold, mildew, and oxidation
A gown is an everlasting memory of your wedding day. Our passion is to preserve your beautiful memory by providing you with a service that will stand the test of time.
● Permanent creasing
● Mildew and mold
● Oxidation spots