Leftovers?

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If candles dripped on the tablecloth, let everything cool and peel the wax off with your fingers. If it’s stubborn, freeze the tablecloth, then scrape off the wax with a credit card. Wash in hot water to remove the remaining embedded wax. Better yet, and a lot easier, bring your table linens to us for expert stain removal, professional laundering or dry cleaning. They’ll come back clean and wrinkle-free, ready for your next celebration.

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Closed for Thanksgiving.

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While we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner, we’d like to thank a few important people in our lives. Thanks to our staff, who deliver quality and service every day. Thanks to our community, without your support we’d be nothing. Thanks to our families, for understanding that running a business is a 24/7 commitment. And thanks to you, our customer and friend. We’re all lucky, blessed and need to share our gratitude every day. (We’ll be closed tomorrow, see you Friday.)

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Shear luxury.

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If you’re lucky enough to have a shearling jacket to help beat the chilly weather, you’re sure to want to protect your investment. Martha Stewart has the answers for stains and routine care. Spot clean with a gentle detergent or castile soap mixed with water, then roll the garment in a large white bath towel to absorb any liquid before air drying. After you wear a shearling garment, shake to remove surface dust and inspect for stains. Professional cleaning is a must for tough stains.

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Masks, hats and gloves.

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Keeping safe and warm is a lot more pleasant when items are clean and fresh. If you chose to home-launder, a few timely tips from Real Simple: Wash knit caps and gloves like sweaters; machine-wash knits on delicate cycle in cold water. Launder cloth masks like regular clothing, using hot water or dryer settings. Spot-clean structured newsboy and baseball caps to keep brims in shape. Handwash leather trimmed gloves. Or bring everything to the experts. We’re skilled at even the stickiest stains.

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Wash before wearing.

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New clothing comes with more than just a new look. Almost all fabric is treated with a cocktail of chemicals that can cause irritation, including preservatives to prevent mold or mildew during shipping, formaldehyde resins, dyes and finishing chemicals. A simple launder or dry cleaning will remove chemical manufacturing residue that can lead to contact dermatitis, eczema outbreaks or respiratory problems from simply breathing the fumes.

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Clean your cloth masks.

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Keeping your face mask clean is almost as important as wearing one. The experts weigh in with tips: washing properly between wearings keeps your mask from becoming contaminated. Add to your washer with regular laundry, wash in hot water and dry. Using a mesh lingerie bag helps keep ear loops from tangling. Remember that the outside surface of any mask can become contaminated after one exposure to the Covid virus. Treat every unwashed mask as potentially dangerous until its properly washed and dries

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Dress the table.

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Our linen specialists put the finishing touches on your tablecloth and napkins. Nothing’s as nice as professional pressing – and our experts can remove most stains, even on delicate lace and heirloom linens. Bring your holiday linens in now and they’ll be clean and crisp for your Thanksgiving festivities, no matter how large your party.

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DST ends Sunday.

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Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday. Now’s the time to store away your warm weather clothes. It’s a good tradition and a great way to make closet space for bulkier winter clothes. Just don’t add moth balls to your stored garments — instead use cedar chips or dried lavender. Moth balls contain naphthalene or paradichlorobenzene, petroleum-based chemicals that can cause eye and skin irritation and definitely are not safe around children. Be sure to clean everything thoroughly before storing—stains and yellowing can develop over time on garments that aren’t 100% clean.

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