Considering a butler to take care of your building’s dry-cleaning needs? A wise choice, if I do say so myself. Fill out the form below, and I will be in touch promptly to discuss how we can work together to make this happen. And as a gesture of gratitude, should your building agree to hire me, you’ll receive a $100 credit!

But wait! If you have a full-time concierge, you can still use my services while you’re waiting for your building to get on board. I’ll designate your building as ‘On Demand’, which means that I’ll serve you (and perhaps a few of your neighbours) exclusively. For more on how this works, please see the FAQ.

Bring the best in butlering to your building by filling out the form below. If your building agrees to hire me, you'll receive a $100 credit!

But you don't have to wait to use my services. If you have a full-time concierge, I'll make your building an 'On Demand' location and serve you exclusively until your building is on board.

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June 24, 2014

When is it time to dry clean?

How often should you dry clean to maintain a polished look? Well, that really depends on you. Generally, you should dry clean your suits when they have odours, visible stains, or if you have been perspiring. The good news about the organic cleaning we do at Alfred is that you can dry clean more often as it is easier on your garments, the environment, and your health.

In between dry cleaning treatments, you can hang garments up to ventilate the fabric and use a brush on wool coats. Stains that require quick attention like red wine or curry, especially on light colored or silk fabrics, should be taken to be cleaned as soon as possible.  Avoid remedies such as club soda and salt. Don’t rub a stain or put water on a fabric that can’t be washed in water (ties especially) – you’re just as likely to damage the fabric.
It’s a personal preference and everyone is different but the desired result is the same – to achieve that pressed and polished look. Always remember – When in doubt, ask Alfred!


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