Follow these instructions to maintain the integrity of your treasured item.
Free Evaluation: This process starts with a free consultation and estimate so that our technicians can give you an idea as to what it will take to clean or restore your gown.
Inspection: Each gown is inspected for damaged threads or loose beading. We then place them through a series of black-light tests to detect the most obscure stains and blemishes.
Hand Cleaning: We hand-treat and clean each gown individually. We take every precaution to protect the delicate beads, embroidery, and lace during the cleaning process.
Preservation: Pressed and packaged with care, your gown is protected and ready for future generations.
Anti-Sugar Stain Treatment: Along with our detailed hand cleaning process, your gown undergoes our anti-sugar stain treatment. Spills containing sugar, salt and acid often dry clear and cannot be seen. These hidden stains do not dissolve during ordinary dry cleaning and turn an ugly brown over time. Our unique anti-sugar stain treatment, featured in Modern Bride and Bride’s magazines, ensures that all sugar, salt, and acid – seen or unseen – is removed.
Wedding Gown Cleaning, Restoration & Preservation
Located in the Historical
By selecting a Bridal Keepsafe Gown Box you have demonstrated
your desire to protect and preserve your gown in the most elegant,
yet durable, box on the market!
Your wedding gown is a treasured keepsake – and maybe even a family heirloom. So to keep it as beautiful as when you first wore it, trust only the experts to clean and preserve your wedding dress. Wells Cleaners offers one of the most detail-oriented, expert gown-cleaning and preservation service available. Our cleaning technicians have decades of experience and ensure your wedding dress stays flawless before, during & after your wedding.
Store in an area where temperature and humidity levels are as constant as possible.
Attics, basements, garages, or closets next to an exterior wall are NOT recommended.
Keep your Bridal Keepsafe box away from ultra violet or direct sunlight.
It is recommended you inspect you gown every two years, and make sure to fluff up the
folded areas. Also, the acid free tissue paper should be replaced every few years. Be sure to
wash hands thoroughly prior to inspection, and if possible, wear clean cotton gloves when
inspecting the gown.
Do not seal box, Sealing or storing the box in a plastic bag promotes mold and mildew.
Drop Store (Flowood)
145 E Friendly & Fresh Dr.
Flowood, MS 39232
Main Plant (Fondren)
3007 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39216
Drop Store (Brookhaven)
221 S. Jackson St.
Brookhaven, MS 39601
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