Our coverage throughout Johannesburg is growing, if your suburb or location is not listed below, please feel free to contact us & see if our services are possible in your area.
- Hyde Park
- Rivonia & Morningside
- Rosebank & Parktown
- Fairland & Northcliff
- Weltevreden Park
- Northriding & Northgate
- Randburg & Ferndale
- Sunninghill, Lonehill and Fourways
The following procedures apply only to washable items, not items that are to be dry cleaned.
Stain RemovalBlood, Fresh & Dried
Rinse fresh blood stains in cold running water and rub with soap. Repeat. For dried stains, first scrape or rub off as much dried blood as possible. Soak in warm water using a product which contains enzymes. Wash. If this doesn’t work, rewash the item using a chlorine-free bleach. In the case of stubborn stains, rust removers may be helpful.
Pre-soak item in liquid detergent with bleach. Wash using the hottest water temperature that is safe for the fabric.
Dampen stain and rub with liquid detergent. Rinse, then wash.
Dingy White Socks
Pre-soak in a liquid detergent solution for a minimum of 30 minutes. Wash in a liquid detergent which contains bleach. Food Coloring Soak in cool water. If stain remains, rub on detergent and rinse. Wash.
Fruit Juice, Wine & Soft Drinks
Soak stain in cool water as soon as possible. Then, soak in a laundry detergent which contains bleach, using the hottest water safe for the fabric Wash.
Brush off as much as possible when garment is dry, then rinse under cold running water. Pre-treat with a paste of powder detergent and water, or liquid laundry detergent. Wash using laundry detergent and a fabric-safe bleach.
The yellow, orange or brown spots we sometimes find on our clothes may be caused by rust. Iron content of over .2 parts per million in your water supply can cause these type of stains, so it’s important to have your water supply checked. Two possible sources can be rust water pipes or water heaters. One way to combat this problem is by using a mechanical water softener with an iron filter. Also, using a non-chlorine bleach can help, as chlorine bleach may cause the iron in the water to precipitate on fabrics and leave stains.