The Twelve Parties Of Christmas

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A Holiday Season Spills and Splashes Survival Guide Even the heartiest holiday reveler must pause to deal with an occasional party mishap or clothing care decision. Take heed of these clothing care tips and chances are you’ll be singing the “The Twelve Parties of Christmas”.  On the First Party of Christmas, my closet said to […]

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It’s Sweater Weather…Pull’ em out and freshen em’ up

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The middle of Fall is, officially, sweater time. Sweaters are just a great way to look nice and feel good. Everywhere, sweaters are coming out of storage and being put back into the clothing rotation, unless you’re in the tropics. Caring for sweaters properly ensures their long life and that you’ll be able to enjoy […]

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Dingy Whites Got You Down?

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If your summer whites seem a little yellow after dry cleaning, the most likely cause is a breakdown of fabric finish used to make the garment appear brighter and whiter. Bright white is not really a natural shade of fibers, yarns and fabrics. Many times, manufactures brighten and whiten fabrics by using special florescent whiting […]

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Spring Cleaning- Storing Your Winter Clothes

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It’s been a cool start to the summer here in St. Louis. And if you’re like us, you haven’t quite put your cool weather clothes away for the summer. But when you decide the time is right, make sure you take extra care. Winter clothes are susceptible to all sorts of damage if improperly stored […]

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Caring for Your Winter Coats

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  The care method for a coat will depend on its fiber content. For example, coats made of wool, leather and suede may require more care than coats made of other fibers. For the most part, follow these tips to help keep your coats looking great: •Wear scarves to avoid soiling the collar, especially leather […]

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Read That Label!

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If you’re like a lot of Demun Professional Cleaners customers, then you know the drill. You go on a clothes shopping spree and the first thing you do is remove those itchy, scratchy labels from the inside of the collars and inseams. Before you toss that “trash,” make sure you take a good look at […]

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