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Keeping Coats, Jackets, and Blazers in Top Condition

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, January 04, 2012

While your favorite coat may be keeping you warm this month, we all have jackets and blazers that we use through the year and these pieces of clothing can take a beating. 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 year round:  Read More >>

The Best Tips on Leather Care

Millie Kwan - Thursday, October 13, 2011
dry cleaning a leather jacket  Read More >>

Things to Look for When Buying a Down Comforter

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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Putting winter clothes in storage

Ken Sarni - Sunday, March 20, 2011
furs, leather jackets  Read More >>

Look your best on the slopes!

Ken Sarni - Friday, February 18, 2011

Instead of sulking over the brutal snowy winter, how about embracing it with some fun activities such as snowboarding or skiing? Whether you are spending a ski weekend in New Hampshire or perhaps the Blue Hills ski area just outside Boston, your ski jackets, pants and gloves do get soiled at the end of the day.  Ski apparel is often waterproof or water resistant, and using your everyday laundry detergent may damage its water repellency.  If your ski wear is soiled in some areas, spot clean it with water and mild soap. For heavily soiled ski apparel, or after many uses, it would be best to have it professionally cleaned. Sarni Cleaners will clean your ski garments and reproof them so that you always look great and feel comfortable wearing them on the slopes. Don't forget to check our coupons page in the Winter/Spring season for special offers for ski apparel.
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Cleaning winter stains from your clothing

Millie Kwan - Saturday, February 05, 2011

Boston looks beautiful in a sea of snow, though it can be arduous to  trudge through the snow and tread the slush on the streets. Worse, slush and street splash contains salt and debris that leave white stains on your clothing while salt buildup can bleach the color of your pants. It is important to clean your pants promptly while the stains are fresh. Wet the stained area with a little warm water, then blot it dry and bring it to one of Sarni Cleaners' nine convenient locations in Boston, Lynnfield and Everett. Better, take advantage of our free pickup and delivery service. You will save time and money while looking your best!  Read More >>


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