Garments

DRY CLEANING

Dry Cleaning in Raleigh & Cary

Dry cleaning technology has advanced quite a bit since we first opened our doors in 1948 and we have consistently stayed on the leading edge;  not only from a cleaning performance  perspective but from an environmentally conscious perspective as well.

PROFESSIONAL WET CLEANING

Professional Wet Cleaning Services in Raleigh & Cary

Whether it is a summer weight silk blouse or a winter weight cashmere coat, our wet cleaning technology combines just the right amount of agitation, temperature, detergent and conditioners to preserve the shape, feel and colors of “dry clean only” garments while removing those stubborn water soluble stains.

DRESS SHIRTS

Dress Shirt Cleaning in Raleigh & Cary

We take particular pride in how we take care of our customers’ dress shirts as no detail is overlooked in our multi-step process.

 TAILORING

Alterations & Tailoring Services in Raleigh & Cary

The most experienced professionals in alterations and tailoring in the Raleigh and Cary area can be found at Medlin-Davis.

With three exceptional seamstresses at our Cameron Village, Wakefield Commons, and Preston Corners location, you can count on Medlin-Davis for outstanding service in alterations and tailoring.

WASH | DRY | FOLD

Wash-Dry-Fold in Raleigh & Cary

Our Wash, Dry and Fold service lets you do your laundry chore in only four minutes.  Two minutes to drop it off and two minutes to pick it up. Or let us pick it up and deliver it at no additional cost.

WEDDING GOWNS

Wedding Gown Cleaning in Raleigh & Cary

At Medlin-Davis Cleaners, we understand the time and investment you’ve made selecting your wedding gown. Once the big day is over, it is important that you take proper care of your gown to ensure its ageless appearance for future generations.

LEATHER CLEANING

Leather Cleaning Services in Raleigh & Cary

If it is 100% leather or just with leather trim, trust Medlin-Davis Cleaners to provide a safe and effective way to clean and refresh your favorite leather garments while preserving the dye, finish and suppleness of the leather.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    To remove lipstick from dark fabrics, grab a piece of white bread and remove the crust. You don't have to forgo a sandwich; you can use the heel of the loaf -- no one likes that piece anyway. Wad up the soft center and rub it gently on the stain until it picks up all of the lipstick. Sweep away any leftover crumbs with a clean, soft-bristled brush.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Whether it's on work shirts or Sunday best, staining around the collar can be easily vanquished with a touch of something you're pretty much guaranteed to have in the house -- shampoo. Just pour a little shampoo -- any shampoo will do, even the inexpensive, generic kind -- onto the collar, rub the collar together to work the shampoo in well, and rinse thoroughly. Then launder as usual.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Before you put those summer clothes into storage make sure you get them cleaned. Especially any item that has a stain. Stains will attract insects and they will cause damage to the clothing.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Mistakes we can make Mistake 1: Rubbing stains furiously; This can make the stain worse and possibly wear away the fabric. Instead, be gentle and methodical. Treat the stain as soon as you can; the less time that elapses, the more success you'll have. And always use a white cloth so that colors can't transfer. Dab, rather than rub, working from the outside in to keep the stain contained.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Want to dry your shoes and don’t have a shoe drying rack for your Dryer? Tie your shoe laces together so the knot is at the end. Then close the laces in the door with the knot on the outside and shoes hanging in the dryer....no more loud noises.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Wash in Cold Water: When you switch from using hot or warm water to using cold water, you reduce the energy needed for heating the water. ENERGY STAR estimates that almost 90 percent of the energy used when washing clothes goes to heating water.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Removing paint from children's clothes:- Most paints children end up playing with are water soluble and will easily come out in regular washing. The acrylics and other types of paints are better left to professional cleaners who can get the garments clean and flush out all of the stain removal chemicals used to achieve that end. Any residual stain removal chemicals can harm your child’s skin, so it’s best to leave that kind of work to the pros - us.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Salad Oil Stain? This is the worst because it can yellow with age if not removed. Cover a big spill at the table with absorbent powder. Shake off after supper. Apply a mild detergent mixed with household ammonia, ASAP. Wait 5-10 minutes and wash in the hottest water safe for the fabric.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Forgot that you left wet laundry in the machine and it now smells moldy? Pour a few cups of white distilled vinegar in the machine and wash the clothes in hot water. Then run a normal cycle with detergent.

  • Fran's Cleaning Tips
    Fran's Cleaning Tips

    Red Wine stain? Lightly touch with an absorbent towel to draw up the liquid or put paper towels under the spill. Blotting can spread the stain. After dinner: rinse in cool water; treat with a mild detergent and white vinegar. remember to dab the stain, never rub as this could cause damage to fibres and color loss.

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