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Do home dry cleaning kits work?

Millie Kwan - Friday, April 18, 2014

You may have come across home dry cleaning kits in the detergent aisle of supermarkets and wondered if they work. Do they really replace professional dry cleaning?  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 >>

Sarni Cleaners Going Green with Green Garmento!

Millie Kwan - Friday, June 28, 2013

reusable dry cleaning garment bag, eco-friendlySarni Cleaners is pleased to be the first dry cleaner in New England to adopt the new eco-friendly bag made by The Green Garmento®. These specially designed reusable bags will replace our VIP bags, eliminate single-use plastic garment covers and help us recycle hangers.   Read More >>

How We Keep Your Clothes Looking Great

Millie Kwan - Thursday, March 28, 2013

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Does Drycleaning Reduce Clothing Life?

Millie Kwan - Friday, February 08, 2013

Does frequent drycleaning shorten the life of a garment?  Read More >>

How Do You Like Your Shirts?

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, December 28, 2011

sarni cleaners shirt laundry bagsWe all have our own preferences for how much starch we like in our shirts. By choosing no starch, light or heavy starch, we can choose how our clothing looks and feels. Starch offers a host of bonuses and drawbacks. The major benefits to starching are a cleaner, crisper look and improved resistance to stains and wrinkles.

However, the price we pay for this resistance is a possible reduction in the shirt’s wearlife due to a decreased resistance to bending and straightening. Light starch may be the answer to limiting the negative effects while gaining the benefits of starch. This way you’ll get a crisper shirt that’s got some stain protection, but won’t wear out quite as easily as a heavily starched shirt.

Here are some of the pluses and minuses to having your shirts starched:  Read More >>


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