How to Clean Every Kind of Fabric
Go through the most common types of fabric—from acrylic to wool—and learn the proper way to care for each of them.
What the Laundry Symbols on Your Clothes Actually Mean
As a general rule, remember to always check the care tags on your clothing. Just because that dress shirt is made of linen doesn’t mean you should toss it in the wash. If you don’t know how to read those crazy laundry symbols, check out this guide…
After the Fire is Out: Cleaning Household Textiles and Clothing
Fires cause considerable damage to homes and their contents; however, “after the fire” activities can cause more damage. It is important to take immediate, appropriate action. Carpets, draperies, upholstered furniture and clothing usually can be refurbished after a fire, except for scorched or severely water damaged items.
Our Fire Retardant Fabric
FiberCare’s flame resistant is certified at the NFPA701 standard, which is required for draperies and upholstery in public places. We charge an average price of $2.20 per yard and our turnaround time is approximately 5-7 business days.
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I like to spend time with my customers, learning their concerns; whether its dogs, children, wine, hand oil or wear and tear. I believe part of my job is to educate my customer. To tell them honestly what to expect from fabric protection, to teach them how to take care of their spots, spills and other concerns. And to them employ procedures that will maximize fiber life and minimize wear and tear. Caring.
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