Author: Oak Neck Cleaners

The Advantages of Having Your Clothes Tailored

The clothes that we wear are an excellent way to express our individuality. While there’s no denying that personal taste is subjective and varies greatly from person to person, having a way to have your personality shine through your wardrobe is one of the best things about creativity. If you’ve ever had your clothing dry cleaned by a professional, you might have seen an advertisement for tailoring. Perhaps you might have even given it a thought. Today, we break down some of the advantages that tailoring can provide you.

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Can I Dry Clean My Carpets?

Carpets and rugs can get DIRTY.  We walk all over them and even if you implement a no-shoes policy, people’s feet and socks are not always free of dirt and grime.  It’s important to clean all your carpets, but having your wool rugs and carpets dry-cleaned is essential to ensure that they are cleaned properly and not damaged in the process.  Oak Neck Cleaners is here to help explain why!

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Reasons you Need to Preserve Your Wedding Gown

Your wedding day is one of the most special days of your entire life, but it can feel like it flies by in a flash!  A fabulous way to keep your memories alive is to preserve your wedding dress.  This will keep it safe for years to come so that you can reminisce whenever you want with your spouse!  Oak Neck Cleaners is here to help provide you with the best possible preservation for your gown.

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Helpful Advice for Cleaning Leather and Suede

While we don’t always want to admit it, we’re very much an image-driven society. And as such, what we wear is always a major concern for us. Materials such as leather and sued are synonymous with luxury and style and allow us to exhibit our refined tastes. But, these materials also need to be cleaned a certain way. If part of your wardrobe consists of clothes made from either one of these, we’re here to offer some helpful tips for when they need to be cleaned. 

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