There is nothing quite like slipping into a bed with freshly laundered sheets after a long day. Clean bed sheets not only contribute to a comfortable sleep but also help maintain a healthy environment for your slumber. With over 10 years of experience in fabric care, Janet Davis Cleaners is here to share our expert tips for laundering and changing bed sheets, ensuring you always… Read More »Revolutionize Sleep: Master Bed Sheet Laundering Secrets
Cleaning tips for the Linen, Drapes, stains, etc
Follow these tips for the best care of your sheets and duvet covers. Congratulations, you’ve made the investment in some quality bed linens (like ones from Peacock Alley, DEA, Boll & Branch, Hotel Collection, Matouk, etc.). I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things to do is crawl into a freshly made bed after a long day. Good sheets and duvet covers… Read More »How to Properly Care for Your Fine Bed Linens
Though there are many theories about why we sleep, there is one thing we know for sure: good rest is an essential part of a healthy life. The CDC recommends 7 or more hours of sleep per day for adults, but it’s far more for kids. Infants, for example, can doze away up to 16 hours a day! That’s quite a bit of time for… Read More »Janet Davis Dry Cleaners Guide to Caring For Your (Down & Non-Down) Comforters
How serious is that ”dry clean only” label on your favorite cashmere sweater? Here’s what you need to know about dry cleaning labels and fabrics! The average household spends on average $500 per year on dry cleaning expenses. While this may seem like a steep annual bill, it’s nothing compared to the countless money that’s wasted on clothing that’s damaged due to improper cleaning methods.… Read More »Does This Really Need Dry Cleaning? Dishing the Dirt on ”Dry Clean Only”
As guests arrive for the summer, you want to give them somewhere clean to sleep. Get the deepest clean by taking in these household dry cleaning items. Do you have guests coming to spend the summer with you? If so, you’re not alone! This article claims 100 million Americans will travel this summer! If your guests are arriving soon, it’s time to get your guest space ready… Read More »Getting Ready for Guests: Why Your Duvets and Comforters Need Household Dry
[Guest post by Jackie Edwards]People trash about 26 billion pounds of clothing a year. Why? People seem to simply not understand just how much clothing can be reused or repaired. Not only is repairing and reusing clothing and other textiles great for the environment, it can help you see better results with dry cleaning. While dry cleaning isn’t bad for your clothing, if an item… Read More »Learn How to Repair Clothing to Make Dry Cleaning Easier
We all know certain fabrics and clothing should be dry cleaned. But when can you get away with laundering? Here’s your dry cleaning vs laundry guide. The average American spends $161 a month on clothing. Over a year, that’s around $1700. If you think about it, your closet has a good chunk of your salary sitting in there. If you have a couple years’ worth… Read More »Dry Cleaning vs Laundry: What Do You Need?