At Aplus Laundry one of the most important aspects they offer to their clients is their uniform service which includes cleaning and much more. Part of their uniform service includes helping clients to learn different specialized techniques in order to better maintain, manage and extend the life of their clothing. This is especially important with service uniforms, as they take on their fair share of normal wear and tear. In addition, uniform service costs are usually quite high, but at Aplus, they are able to offer clients a valuable, first-class uniform service for far cheaper than other companies. In addition, replacing these uniforms is a very costly endeavor, and taking the right steps to maintain these clothing items will save you money in the long run.
Here are some helpful tips on how you can keep your work clothes or uniforms looking their best and in their best condition.
· Be Prompt with Stains
One of the most important things to understand with laundry in general is that getting rid of stains is extremely tough, as they tend to cling tightly onto fabrics. In many instances, they will cling to your work clothes and uniforms permanently. And the longer you wait to remove these stains, the more they will cling and the more difficult they would be to remove. The best thing to do is to get on those stains right away.
· Clean Clothing Regularly
Often, people make the mistake of only cleaning their clothes or uniforms when they have stains on them, or they have some type of odor. However, one of the smartest uniform service tips is to clean them regularly, as they will often have invisible impurities and small bits of moisture and dust and debris. These things can damage the inner fibers over time and are impossible to see or smell.
· Store Uniforms Properly
One of the most important factors for keeping clothing for many years is to properly store them. Often, storing uniforms in areas with excess moisture, humidity, or high-heat areas – these elements will damage the inner clothing fibers. When we store our uniforms in a dry, cool, non-humid drawer or closet they will last much longer and prevent tears and wrinkles.
· Read the Instructions
The thing with all clothing items is that they all generally have care instructions on them and one of the easiest ways to ensure they stay in good condition is to follow these instructions as well as you can. This can be the temperature at which you wash items, the type of washing (dry-cleaning, cold-wash., etc.) and more.
For more information on laundry tips and uniform service overall, be sure to contact Aplus Laundry today.