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Friday, May 16, 2014

Beautiful Fabric, But How Do You Clean It

Heavy Antique Vintage Saree, Indian Craft Shop Etsy

A Sari is a garment consisting of a (6 - 8 yards or more) length of cotton or silk elaborately draped around the body, traditionally worn by women from South Asia.  Which is why many brides from other cultures seek this beautiful fabric for their weddings.  After the design is chosen, the garment is made, worn on the big day......now how do you get that elaborately beaded, silk, garment cleaned.

New York Times writer, Vijai Singh, has found a cleaners in New Jersey, who will take on the job.....and it is a job.  Dry Clean World (856-232-7550) Samir Petal, owner faced with the job one too many times, made it his business to study and investigate how to take care of these delicate fabrics.  See more about Dry Clean World, A Cleaning Conundrum.

Dry Clean World
2 Shoppers Lane
Turnersville, NJ 08012

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