Cleaned Only $84.00
Pressed Only $8400
Clean and Press $129.00
Clean, Press and Box $154.00
The second thing you should do after you say "I do" is preserve your wedding gown.
• All wedding gowns cleaned locally and guaranteed for life.
• Hems hand-cleaned
• 99.9% Retention of beads and sequins
• Anti sugaring system (rids dress of beer champagne, food and other brown stains that break down a dress.)
• Carefully sealed in a neutral box with acid free accessories.
We see it every day. A daughter or granddaughter brings in an old gown that has been stuck in a closet for over 30 years and wants to wear it for her wedding. She spends triple the amount it would have cost originally to restore the garment to its original condition.
You could prevent that by preserving your gown for life - today.
The party is over. The cake is eaten. The photos are back. Congratulations on getting married! We at Robinson's Cleaners want you to know we have a place to clean and preserve the most important dress you have ever worn. Chances are you gown is very dirty. Most gowns we see are very soiled at the bottom from being dragged on the floor through the church and reception area. Some gowns have makeup around the collar area or an oopsie spill on the front. All gowns (unless you're the ice queen) have perspiration stains both visible and invisible. These stains, if left untreated; along with sunlight or artificial light, will make your gown un-wearable, for the next daughter or granddaughter or sibling that would be honored to share your gown.
Gowns are a specialty item that requires expert cleaning and processing. All gowns are cleaned locally in Columbia, Missouri, and we guarantee them for life. Hems on gowns are hand cleaned and an anti-sugaring system rids dress of beer, champagne, food and other stains that break down dresses over time. All heir loomed dresses and carefully sealed in a PH neutral box with acid free accessories to preserve your gown for life. Our preservation process is the same process recommended and followed by the Smithsonian Institute. They use this on archival and antique clothing and gowns. No vacuum packing, no shrink-wrapping that accelerates the oxidation and breaking down of your gown.