TIPS FOR USING A CLOTHESLINE TO DRY YOUR LAUNDRY Have you ever considered drying your clothes on a clothesline? Skipping the dryer is a great way to conserve energy. Here are a few tips from the team at Hangers Cleaners. Let’s get started. For starters, it’s important...
WET-CLEANING OR WHY GO GREEN WHEN IT COMES TO DRY CLEANING? Traditional dry cleaning uses a chemical called perchloroethylene, or “perc”. This chemical is used in most dry cleaners today. It gets the dirt and oils off your garments without causing shrinkage or damage...
How far will you go to avoid doing laundry? Doing laundry is a chore that every independent adult must come to terms with. Here are a few tips from Hangers Cleaners for making laundry day a little more fun and a little less work.
If you are enjoying the summer properly, here are five stains that you will likely run into on laundry day. Not sure how to deal with a stain? Drop by one of Hangers Cleaners’ six convenient locations in central Arkansas and we’ll help you out. Follow us on social media for more laundry tips and tricks.
Why do we love cotton so much in the summer? Who can resist a breathable fabric that is easy to care for, lightweight and breezy in the summer air, and naturally soft against your skin?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever worn black in the hot Arkansas summer to hide sweat stains.
The warm summer sun and signature Arkansas humidity is just around the corner. After a long winter, you might be ready for record breaking summer heat. Is your wardrobe?
Bleach is a strong chemical that has the potential to damage our favorite garments. However, despite it’s reputation, bleach is helpful when it comes to tough stains. You just have to know how to use it.
We’d like to add one more thing to this list: Stale laundry. At Hangers Cleaners we know how frustrating it is to have a clean garment smell stale. That’s why we use eco-friendly, odor-free cleaning methods. We’ll return your garments smelling and feeling fresh. When you take your laundry out of the wash it should smell fresh and clean. If it smells stale or musty, here are some things you should consider.
Arkansas weather might be fluctuating, but winter is gone. Spring is in the air. Your favorite winter garment has served it’s purpose this year. Now it’s time to preserve it for next winter.
First time washing a garment? Make sure to check the care tag. Care symbols represent instructions for 5 areas of care: washing, bleaching, drying, ironing and dry cleaning.
The key to a hassle-free laundry day is an organized workspace. Your laundry day will run smoother if your laundry room is designed for efficiency. Here are a few tips to help.