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Whichever knot you choose, ensure you don't store your ties still knotted. This can cause irreversible damage to the silk/fabric. The best storage options for neckties are rolled, unknotted. Additionally, if you choose to use a tie tack; remember to insert the tack through the back of the lapel or fabric keeper and then attach to your shirt. This will help hole prevention on the outside of the tie.
Bad Drycleaners break buttons...working for a drycleaner that fully stands behind their product; no matter the garment, this is not the case with us. Most buttons which are delicate are removed & resewn to ensure their integrity during the cleaning process. Ask your cleaner if this is something that can be done to your garments, especially on items with more delicate or unusual buttons. Having a great relationship with most of the high-end designers and retailers, we've...
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