Once clean your dress needs to be stored away from light, dust, temperature fluctuations, etc. so simply leaving it in polythene in your wardrobe or attic can lead to problems.
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- dress value up to £650
- dress value between £650 - £10,000
- vintage dress (over 10 years old)
We price your Wedding Dress cleaning according to the price paid when new so that your dress is comprehensively insured. Whatever the value of your dress you can be assured that our experienced staff will give it their utmost care and attention to ensure that it is returned to you in the best possible condition.
After cleaning, you have the option to have your dress boxed in a beautiful pH neutral, handmade box with a design of your choice. Special acid free tissue is used for packaging to provide the best environment for long term storage.
Our boxes are available in 4 sizes (shown below) and a range of patterns as shown on the order form page. If you wish to purchase a 'box only' it will be supplied with acid free tissue paper and advice on packing and storing your dress.
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Medium box £50
Suitable slender dresses with no petticoat. Also suitable for fitted bridesmaid dress and first communion dress. Comes with 15 sheets of acid-free paper.
Traditional box £65
Suitable for most styles of dress that have up to 2 layers of petticoat including those with long trains. Comes with 30 sheets of acid-free paper.
Extra large box £85
Suitable for full skirted dresses with 3 or more layers of petticoat and train. Comes with 40 sheets of acid-free tissue paper and cord carrying handles.
Travel Maxi box £65
Suitable for most styles of dress with up to 2 layers of petticoat. Provides the maximum space allowed in overhead lockers, to fit within the hand luggage dimensions requested by most major airlines.
We have the facility to scan a wedding dress with UV light during the precleaning examination, to detect marks not visible to the naked eye. Once detected, these 'invisible' marks can be identified and properly treated during the cleaning process preventing them from developing and showing as the fabric ages. (Beverage spills which contain sugar are an example of this). After treatment the dress is re-scanned to check that the stain has been removed, and if necessary the process is repeated until the best possible result has been achieved.