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Are your clothes coming out clean?

Millie Kwan - Thursday, March 20, 2014

When you do your laundry at home, do the clothes come out clean and fresh looking? Or do you find that your whites come out gray or yellow, and colors have lost their luster and sheen?  Read More >>

Keeping Your Uggs Clean

Millie Kwan - Saturday, December 07, 2013

Ugg boots are typically made of twin-faced sheepskin with fleece on the inside. They are a popular item in our winter wardrobe and many celebrities have been spotted wearing Uggs. In wintry weather, Uggs often develop stains from the snow and slush we trudge through. Here are a few tips to help you keep your Uggs in tip-top shape.   Read More >>

Customers Join Sarni Cleaners in Eco-friendly Initiative

Millie Kwan - Friday, October 25, 2013

Since May, more than 10% of Sarni Cleaners customers have switched to a new eco-friendly garment bag made by The Green Garmento®. As a result, over 2000 pounds of plastic has been prevented from being dumped into landfills. We would like to thank your for your support!  Read More >>

How to Prevent and Treat Sweater Pilling

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Do you find yourself unwilling to wear your favorite and most expensive sweaters because of pilling problems? Sweater pilling is unavoidable regardless of the quality or the cost of your sweater. With natural wool, this problem can turn out to be all the more challenging when compared to artificial fibers and acrylics. Here are some tips on sweater pilling that will help you prevent and treat this problem.   Read More >>

Cleaning Winter Gloves, Hats and Scarves

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Q. How do you clean winter accessories, such as gloves, hats, and scarves?  Read More >>

Can you reverse shrinkage in clothing?

Millie Kwan - Thursday, September 19, 2013

Depending on the fabric, it is sometimes possible to unshrink garments.  For washable fabrics like cotton, you can try soaking the garment in white vinegar for an hour and then wash it in hot water. If that doesn't work, try stretching the wet garment by hand until it is the original size. Then hold it down with heavy objects and let it dry flat.  Read More >>


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