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Sheet & Linen Dry Cleaning Services

Expert Care for Bed or Fine Table Linens in Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem

Bed Linen Service

Are you searching for bed linen cleaning in Greensboro, High Point, or Winston Salem? For those who prefer a professional touch, Shores Cleaners offers bed linen cleaning services, such as dry cleaning sheets, in the Triad area. Shores Cleaner's basic bed linen cleaning includes washing flat and fitted sheets in quality detergents and hot water to remove most soils, perspiration and impurities. Sheets are then pressed on a roller press. Your bed linens are washed, pressed and returned in 3 days*. In addition to linen dry cleaning, Shores can also clean, repair, and preserve pillows of all shapes and fabrics. Just ask at one of our convenient locations or contact us today!

*For aggressive stain treatment and a hand touched finish, choose Shore's Silver Service. You can choose your preferred level of starch.

Fine Table Linen Service

At Shores, fine table linens are carefully inspected and stains are pretreated by hand, from gravy and oils to coffee, wine and wax. We know stains and we know what it takes to remove them. By providing both dry-cleaning and wet-cleaning technologies, we can restore many fabrics that consumers believe have seen their day. We are constantly learning and applying new techniques such as, aggressive stain removal for older yellow stains and fabric-safe bleaches. Delicate table linens are carefully cleaned and treated just like your second- and third-generation heirlooms. After cleaning and ironing, we hang them with tissue in the folds to reduce creases. We also provide hand-rolled cloths. Raised and embroidered cloths are hand ironed to enhance every detail. Our seamstresses can mend and embroider; tears, holes and degraded fabric to restore your special table linens.

A Few Hits to Make Your Linens Last Longer

  • Resist the urge to “rub” a stain out with a napkin. Most paper napkins contain bleaching agents and when combined with water and “rubbing” motion can actually discolor your linens.
  • When spills occur during meals, gently blot with a dry white cloth and stop!
  • Oily stains, such as gravy, butter, and mayonnaise should be blotted with a dry white cloth. Do not use water or club soda. However, you can also apply some corn starch to soak up the oils until you can get them to Shores.
  • If the stain is water based, such as coffee, wine or soda, you can apply water sparingly and then blot with a dry white cloth.
  • Wax can be gently scraped, while still warm, with a dull butter knife or plastic utensil.
  • After the meal, gather up your napkins, placemats and tablecloths and shake them outside your home. Remember, most oily stains cannot be removed in the wash at home. After washing, they may look like they’ve been removed because they are clear in color, but these are the same clear stains that turn a deep yellow a month later.