Stain Removal

Classic Cleaners’ specialists are among the best anywhere at identifying and scientifically removing a stain with just the right method or combination of methods. It is a process that requires a trained eye, a careful hand and the best technique for each individual job. With decades of combined experience, our specialists can remove most of even the worst stains without damaging your garment.

Stains that we regularly encounter and usually defeat include:

  • Oil and grease
  • Dirt and grass
  • Blood
  • Ink, dye and paint
  • Lipstick and cosmetics
  • Tomatoes and many other foods

Our specialists have a wide range of tools at their disposal, including:

  • Steam guns
  • Compressed air for drying
  • Specialized brushes
  • More than 20 different stain-fighting solutions

Advanced stain removal is also an important part of the following services:

  • Wedding gown cleaning and preservation
  • Wedding gown restoration
  • Heirloom restoration and preservation
  • Bedding cleaning
  • Window treatment cleaning
  • Table linen cleaning

If you have a stained garment or item, don’t despair. Please bring it to one of our 17 locations for special attention.

Why risk it? Dry clean it.

Dry cleaners use complex procedures and special stain-removal chemicals to remove stains from fabrics in a way that home remedies simply can’t. Different stains require different treatments, which our stain-removal technicians are trained to administer. Garments can also shrink, distort and lose color when washed in water, whereas drycleaning helps to return garments to a “like-new” condition heeding appropriate precautions to prevent shrinkage, loss of color and change of texture or finish. If you don’t want to risk making a stain permanent or harming your garment, bring it to your nearest Classic Cleaners. Of course, not all stains require a drycleaner.

While we love your business, we hate stains. So, here are some tried-and-true ways to remove common spills, streaks and spots at home. But always remember to read and follow the care instructions and any warnings on the garment label. If the garment is “dry clean only,” bring it to your closest Classic Cleaners location as quickly as possible.