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Monday
Aug112014

5 Environmentally Friendly Things You Can Do Indoors

The environment is very important to us at Klinke Cleaners, which is why we only use products that are safe for people and the planet. In an effort to help keep mother earth healthy, here are five ways you can be environmentally friendly without having to step foot out of your front door. Be sure to check out the bonus tips, too! 

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Thursday
Aug072014

How to Keep Formal Clothes Looking their Best

Formal wear is often made of luxurious fabrics. Whether it’s moire, taffeta, silk, velvet, satin, organza or metallic prints, these fabrics need special care. Here are five tips that will help keep your formal wear looking and feeling great — even if they’ve been stained with food, makeup or body oil.

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Wednesday
Jul302014

The Best Way to Clean Leather & Suede

Cleaning leather is no easy task. A little known fact is that leather garments need to be cleaned just like fabric-based garments — just not nearly as often. Did you know that we have a partner, Leather Rich in Oconomowoc, that can safely clean your leather garments? Just bring them to any Klinke Cleaners, and we’ll take care of getting them to and from Leather Rich for cleaning. A good rule of thumb is to clean leather garments, like a coat or vest, once a year.

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Wednesday
Jul232014

At Klinke Cleaners, Your Satisfaction is Our Top Priority

Everything we do at Klinke Cleaners revolves around providing the very best service to our customers. Beyond dry cleaning and laundering, Klinke offers a multitude of conveniences including same day service, a smart phone app and drive thru service at 14 locations.

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Wednesday
Jul162014

How to Avoid Common Home Laundry Mistakes

What if we told you that Oscar Madison had it right when he didn’t throw his clothes in the wash after the first wearing? Of course, Oscar took things too far and never seemed to wash his clothes, but he was onto something. 

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