of your wedding day to prevent stains from setting in.
2. Avoid cleaners who use vacuum sealing or shrink wrapping techniques.
3. If you are aware of specific stains on your wedding dress and what caused them be sure to point
them out to the cleaner. The more information you provide them with the better the results you will get.
4. After you pick up your wedding dress from the cleaner, don't break the seal on the container that your wedding dress was preserved in.
4. When you receive your wedding dress from the cleaner do not store your wedding dress in a basement or attic.
2. Dry...prevents mildew and mold from growing
3. Away From Sunlight...prevents fading and yellowing
The best place to store your wedding dress is not in a cardboard box after wearing it (which will surely yellow and destroy your special dress) but in the container it came preserved in from a professional dry cleaner. Place your preserved dress in a closet or under a bed within your house for safe keeping.
If you like the notion of allowing your dress to continue to give enjoyment to another bride
you may want to consider donating your wedding dress to one of these great charities!
Brides Against Breast Cancer