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You will Experience

a New Level of Clean.

We will come out to your home or office and take down your

window treatments.

*Valances will be completely

disassembled cleaned with only your other draperies, pressed and reassembledand rehung.

*This step is rare!


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       Cat and Dog Urine Odor other pet stains


                   Cat and Dog Urine Odor and other pet stains are almost always permanent.            

   Attempting to remove these spots or stains, usually results in a permanent

  color damage or water ring left in most drapery fabric

unless the fabric iswet cleanable.  SEE Misconception #6:

Master Drapery Cleaning

6 Misconceptions about..

Cleaning your Draperies


Misconception #1:  Cleaning will wear out your draperies.

The soil in your draperies cuts and weakens the fibers every time your draperies move. Cleaning every two to three years will add years to your draperies’ life. Deterioration (shred/fall-apart) of the drapery fabric is mainly caused by sun exposer and excessive dust plus the time in-between cleanings.  If you or your family has sever allegers you it may be helpful to clean them every year or less.


Misconception #2:  Cleaning will cause draperies to go limp and lose their body.

Normally, cleaning solvent will not affect your draperies’ finish or body.


Misconception #3:  Taking down and re-hanging draperies is something you can easily do yourself.

If you want your draperies to hang correctly, you must put the hooks in the proper places on the pleats. Many people find this is far more difficult than they thought. If you decide to try this yourself, you’ll save money because I offer a lower rate it’s called our “Silver Service"


Misconception #4:  As long as I vacuum my drapes, I don’t need to have them cleaned.

If you vacuum your drapes regularly, you need to have them cleaned at least every four years. If you don’t vacuum regularly, we recommend a thorough cleaning every three years.


Misconception #5:  Dry cleaning can prevents draperies from shrinking. 

If you vacuum your drapes regularly, you need to have them cleaned at least every three to four years. If you don’t vacuum regularly, we recommend a thorough cleaning every two to three years. Deterioration (shred/fall-apart) of the drapery fabric is mainly caused by sun exposer and excessive dust plus the time in-between cleanings.


Misconception #6:  All spots and stains will come out when the draperies are cleaned.

Cat and Dog Urine Odor and other pet stains

all water based stains, food, blood, also fly specks (little black dots),
are almost always permanent. Attempting to remove these spots or stains,

usually results in a permanent color damage or water ring left in most drapery fabric

unless the Fabric is wet cleanable.

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Authored by Kurt Nix

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