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At Hangers, we utilize advanced technology to gently clean your garments and keep them looking like new longer. Here are some tips to help you keep your clothes and other personal items looking their best.


Moth Prevention
Before storing items, remember to have them cleaned to eliminate any moth larvae that may be nested in the fibers. Use commercial moth preventatives such as mothballs or cakes, or more natural alternatives such as cedar hangers, balls or chips.
Spills and Stains
If you spill something on a garment, do not dab it with water. It is a common misconception that you should attempt to remove a spill or stain as soon as it happens. Keep the garment out of the sun and in a cool place. Hangers uses liquid carbon dioxide, a cold cleaning process, to clean garments and eliminate the possibility of heat-set stains. Bring all stains to the attention of Hangers when you visit us. This will assist us in determining the best method for extracting the stain.
Cleaning Down Comforters
The label in most down items, like comforters and jackets, read “Dry Clean Only”. Choose a cleaning method that does not use heat as this can cause the feathers in your down comforters and outerwear to scorch and ruin.
After wearing a wedding gown, christening gown or any item that holds sentimental value, or might be kept as an heirloom, be sure to have it cleaned as soon after use as possible. This will help prevent difficult stains from becoming permanent spots on the item. Be sure to have the item preserved by a preservationist that uses air tight and non-acidic methods.
Daily Care
After each wear, empty all pockets. Otherwise the pockets may bulge or sag. Brush clothing with a lint roller to remove lint, hair and surface dirt.
Don’t jam clothes into the closet. If you have a large wardrobe, rotate it based on the weather. Store out-of-season clothes in a separate closet or in special clothing containers.
Damp Garments
Damp Garments that have been rain-soaked or dampened should be dried thoroughly in a cool, well-ventilated place before hanging in the closet. This will eliminate the potential of mold and mildew and associated undesirable odors.
Exercise care when choosing to hang knits. Certain loosely woven knits retain their shape better when folded, rather than hung.







If you have specific garment care questions, contact us at We’d be happy to answer your questions. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll research it and get back to you.