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Services

Morris Cleaners is comprised of experienced tailors and dressmakers

Tailoring & Alterations

You found The Dress, now let us take care of the rest.

Bridal Care

Specialty restoration service for those who have had fire, smoke or water damage in their home.

Fire & Flood Restoration

Clean and Steam!

Dry Cleaning

On a hanger, in a box, or simply hand-pressed - whichever you prefer!

Shirt Laundering

We can clean or alter your household items. Blankets & Comforters Bed Sheets & Pillowcases Table Cloths & Napkins Curtains & Drapes

HOME LINENS

Weighed by the pound, we take your bag of laundry and clean them for you! Your laundry goes through the typical washer-dryer process and is then folded neatly into our delivery bags.

LAUNDRY SERVICE

Our cleaning rejuvenates and restores the original luster of your leather and suede items.

LEATHER & SUEDE

We work with businesses ranging from small boutiques to Fortune 500 companies. We offer volume discounts with free pick up and delivery throughout New York City! Call us for more information.

CORPORATE ACCOUNTS

Dry Cleaning Process

Have you ever wondered why dry cleaning is called 'dry cleaning' when your garments get wet after they are submerged in a liquid solvent?...

Have you ever wondered why dry cleaning is called 'dry cleaning' when your garments get wet after they are submerged in a liquid solvent? It is because they go in dry and come out dry. The term 'dry cleaning' is a little misleading for this cleaning process.
 
Here is how it is done:
 
Phase I
 
After you handover your garments to your trusted cleaner, they tag your garments with something that will withstand the cleaning process and provide you a receipt. Some dry cleaners staple tags on your garment while others use plastic fasteners.
 
Phase II
 
The garments are then arranged and sorted according to the type of fabric, their color and the nature of stain. If your garments have tough stains, the cleaners have to undergo 'prewash' or 'spot cleaning' by hand.
 
Phase III
 
Then, they are sent to the dry cleaning machine, which looks like a big washing machine. It can hold 60 to 80 pounds of garment. Here, a chemical solvent called 'Perc' is used instead of water. Detergents are added to help in removing stains. It is only after 30 minutes that the spin cycle starts where your garments are actually cleaned. After 40 to 50 minutes, the garments are exposed to high temperature to evaporate the chemical solvent.
 
Phase IV
 
Your garments are dry now. The cleaners will check for any loose buttons or embellishments that might come off during the cleaning process. If there are any, they will fix them and send the garments for pressing. Generally the garments are pressed by an industrial press, but certain delicate items are pressed manually by hand with a small iron.
 
Phase V
 
New ID tags, matching the original ones, are attached to the garments. The cleaned garments are then hanged on a conveyor. Then, after you give the receipt to the cleaners, they will give your garments back in the garment bags.
 
This is the general dry cleaning process, to which there might be some modifications depending on the dry cleaners. There might be an addition of a few techniques for better service.
 
Did you know?
 
Jean Baptiste Jolly discovered the chemical based dry cleaning process in the mid-19th century. You may be surprised to know that this form of cleaning was discovered by an accident. When Jolly's maid accidentally spilled kerosene on a tablecloth, he noticed that it became cleaner than before. That's when he thought about starting a service to clean people's cloths.
 
 

 

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Manhattan Location

435 E. 86th Street New York, NY 10028
Between 1st and York Ave
Phone: (212) 828-5681
Fax:
Email:MorrisCleanersnyc@gmail.com

Brooklyn Location

606 Kings Highway
Brooklyn, NY 11223
Phone:(718)-336-9385
Fax:
Email:MorrisCleanersnyc@gmail.com