Finksburg Dry Cleaners - ** Fine Dry Cleaning and Tailoring **
We roll out the Red Carpet for You with our services...
We give you professional spot removal, environmentally safe wet cleaning and dry cleaning service products. Your garments are hand finished to keep them looking like new.
Our laundry service keeps your shirts clean, crisp and bright. We hand finish all collars, cuffs and plackets. We replace broken or missing buttons at no extra charge.
We also offer a custom hand finished shirt pressed to your exact specifications.
Finksburg Dry Cleaners cares for your dry cleaning needs by utilizing the most modern technologies.
** Fabric Safe
** Environmentally Safe
** Skilled Staff
** Specific garment care instructions
** Eliminates shine and impressions caused by hard pressing
Quality Shirt Service
Our Staff
examines every shirt prior to laundering. Special treatment is given to shirts with stains; collars and cuffs are pre treated with conditioners. Broken or missing buttons are identified and replaced. Shirts are laundered at four different starch levels (none, light, medium and heavy).
Household Fine Linens & Bedding
With the best care available, you can extend the life of your high quality bedding and linens. We have the most sophisticated facilities and equipment to maintain their appearance. From lace to fine embroidery, we take the extra care these delicate pieces require. Finksburg Dry Cleaners will handle your exquisite linens with the same gentle touch and attention to detail. 
We clean items from bedspreads, down comforters, sleeping bags, duvet covers, cushions, shams, matlesse, quilts, blankets, and draperies.
Couture and Fine Garments Cleaning
Sophisticated tailoring; fine or delicate fabrics; intricate beading, appliqués, embroidery, or other fragile handwork are common traits of fine couture by designers such as:
Alexander McQueen, Carolina Herrera, Celine, Chanel, Christian Dior, Deborah Johnson, Dolce & Gabbana, Donna Karan, Eleny Couture, Escada, Fendi, Givenchy, Gucci, Hermès, Holland & Holland, Hugo Boss, Issey Miyake, Jil Sander, Language Boutique, Linda Dresner, Louis Vuitton, Holly Harp, Maggie Norris, Miu Miu, Narciso Rodriguez, Norma Kamali, Pilar Rossi, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli, Randi Rahm, Valentino, Vanessa Fox, Versace, Yves St. Laurent, Kevin Hall.
These fine garments require expert care and scrupulous attention to detail. That is why Finksburg DryCleaning is the custom couture cleaner of choice. Whether for evening, business and casual attire or ensembles for the wedding party.
Professional Alteration Services
Why not have the people you trust to clean your clothes, repair them too? Finksburg Dry Cleaners has professional alterations experts. Our experienced seamstresses and tailors are clothing makers and have worked at some of the finest retailers in the business. If you need a hem, have a broken zipper, or need your suits custom fitted, Finksburg Dry Cleaners will be happy to assist. Alterations without the hassle. What could be better?
Fabric Consultation
Finksburg Dry Cleaners
hand presses all fabrics assuring the highest quality of care. All fabrics are triple inspected to insure all stains are removed.  All blouses and suits are stuffed with tissue paper, so they don’t wrinkle in your closets. Any special request for your garments, such as creases, no creases, and extra tissue paper would be our pleasure to comply with to better serve you. The objective is always the first issue which could be restoring to a wearable condition or returning to like new. Of course risk is always assessed and sometimes the best option maybe to do nothing. You can feel confident that Boulevard Cleaners personnel will have the answers. The international fabric institute, the governing body of textile maintenance is available for a detailed analysis if need be.
Delicate and Fragile Garments
Through age and oxidization, clothes can weaken and become sensitive to chemicals and tension. Under careful examination,
Finksburg Dry Cleaners
can identify these characteristics. We hand wrap all buttons in special foil so they do not crack and use low temperatures to ensure that bead work does not melt or sensitive fabrics are not adversely affected. Special fabrics are put in net bags to prevent ripping, runs, or any damage, that can happen to your garment.
Leather Cleaning and Preservation
Cleaning leather is different than cleaning a fabric garment. Each leather piece is uniquely made and requires its own special solutions and processes depending on its construction, leather type, finish and color.
Leather needs to be cleaned in an oil based solvent at least once a year to avoid cracking and restore a smooth, soft luster.
Finksburg Dry Cleaners professional leather care includes careful restoration of color and texture that can be lost as a natural consequence of the cleaning process.
Stain Removal
Removing clothing stains is one of the main reasons people seek the help of  their drycleaner. With their special solvents, equipment, and training, drycleaners can remove some of the most disastrous-looking stains with relative ease. Successful stain removal depends largely on the nature of the stain, the type of fabric, and the color fastness of the dye. Ink stains and dried paint, for example, can be impossible to remove. Also, some fabrics and dyes are not made to withstand the use of cleaning or stain removal agents.
To help us do a better job of stain removal, we suggest the following:
- Never put a garment away with spills or stains on it. The warmth of a closet and exposure to natural or artificial light and to the atmosphere can contribute to setting a stain.
- Bring in a stained garment as soon as possible, preferably within a few days, to prevent the stain from setting.
- Do not iron stained or soiled clothes; this will set stains and drive the soil deeper into the fabric. Always have soiled clothes cleaned or washed before ironing.
- Do not attempt home spot removal  with either water or a cleaning fluid without testing first  for color fastness Wet an unexposed area, such as an inside seam, and blot with a clean cotton towel or gauze to make sure the color is fast.
- Never rub a stain, especially when attempting  to remove a stain from silk. Blot the stained area with an absorbent dry cloth underneath. This will help remove the staining substance without spreading the stain and will avoid damaging the fabric.
-  Inform your drycleaner of the location of specific stains and any procedures you have used to remove them, even if the stains are no longer visible.
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