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Our Services

Wildcat Dry Cleaners offers top-notch dry cleaning, repair, and pick-up/delivery services for both residential and commercial customers.  Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality service and ensuring your satisfaction. You can trust us to take care of all your dry cleaning needs!

You handle your business, We'll handle your laundry...

Dry Cleaning Fine Garment Care

We understand that your unique and delicate fabrics require special care. That's why we offer dry cleaning services tailored to meet your specific needs. From silk to cashmere, our team will ensure that your garments receive the utmost care and attention. 

Leather and Suede Cleaning

Introducing our top-notch dry cleaning services for all your leather and suede items! Trust us to take care of your precious belongings and return them to you looking as good as new. Contact us today to schedule a pickup or drop-off or stop in today and leave your favorite items in good hands!

Wedding Dresses & Formal Wear

Congratulations on finding your happily ever after! We make sure your dress is as pristine as your love story. You can trust us to handle all your formal wear needs and make your special day even more unforgettable. 

Alterations & Repairs

Got a wardrobe malfunction? No worries, we've got your back! Our skilled tailors can fix anything from hems to zippers, patches to buttons, and more. We'll make your clothes look so good, you'll forget they were ever broken! Schedule an appointment and get your wardrobe in shape!

Household Items

We know how important it is to keep your home comfortable. That's why we offer professional services for your bedding, table linens, rugs, draperies, and more. We ensure that your items are cleaned thoroughly and returned to you looking and feeling like new. 

Wash, Dry & Fold

Are you tired of spending your weekends doing laundry? Let us handle the dirty work for you! Our laundry experts will wash, dry and fold your clothes with the utmost care. Say goodbye to the never-ending pile of laundry and hello to more free time. Trust us, your clothes will be happier than ever before!


Uniforms need dry cleaned or your draperies looking dull and dusty? Let us help you bring them back to life! Our professional team will carefully remove, clean, and rehang your draperies, leaving them looking fresh and vibrant. Contact us today to schedule your pick up!

Dark Jeans
fabric & laundry care tips

Taking Care of Sports Jerseys

Cleaning sports jerseys requires special care to maintain their quality and appearance. Start by checking the care label for specific instructions. For most jerseys, turn them inside out before washing to protect any printed numbers or logos. Use cold water and a gentle cycle to prevent shrinkage and color fading. Avoid using bleach or harsh detergents; instead, opt for a mild, sports-specific detergent. For stubborn stains, pre-treat the area with a stain remover before washing. After the cycle, air-dry the jersey by laying it flat or hanging it to prevent stretching. If ironing is necessary, use a low heat setting and place a thin cloth between the iron and the jersey to protect any heat-sensitive materials. For delicate or vintage jerseys, consider hand-washing or dry cleaning to ensure their longevity. Regular maintenance, such as prompt cleaning after each use, can help preserve your sports jersey's condition for years to come.

Removing Coffee Stains: Effective Techniques

Coffee stains can be stubborn, but with the right approach, they can be effectively removed. Here are some proven methods to tackle those pesky coffee marks: 1. Act quickly: The sooner you address the stain, the better your chances of complete removal. 2. Blot, don't rub: Use a clean, white cloth to blot the stain, working from the outside in to prevent spreading. 3. Cold water rinse: For fresh stains, run cold water through the back of the fabric to push the stain out. 4. Dish soap solution: Mix a few drops of liquid dish soap with cold water and gently work it into the stain. 5. White vinegar method: Create a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water. Apply to the stain and let sit for several minutes before rinsing. 6. Baking soda paste: For older stains, make a paste with baking soda and water. Apply to the stain, let dry, then brush off and launder as usual. 7. Enzyme cleaner: For persistent stains, use an enzyme-based stain remover, following the product instructions carefully. 8. Launder appropriately: After treating the stain, wash the item according to its care label instructions. Remember to always test any cleaning solution on an inconspicuous area first to ensure it won't damage the fabric. With these techniques, you'll be well-equipped to handle coffee spills and keep your clothes and upholstery looking fresh.

Don't Cry Over Spilled Wine

When faced with a wine spill on your clothing, quick action is key to preventing a permanent stain. Start by blotting the area with a clean, dry cloth to absorb as much of the wine as possible. Avoid rubbing, as this can spread the stain and push it deeper into the fabric. Next, apply a generous amount of salt to the stained area. Salt helps absorb the wine and can prevent it from setting. Let it sit for a few minutes before brushing it off. For white clothing, you can use hydrogen peroxide mixed with dish soap. Apply this solution to the stain and gently work it into the fabric. For colored clothing, use a mixture of dish soap and white vinegar instead. After treating the stain, rinse the area with cold water. If possible, soak the garment in cold water for about 30 minutes. Finally, launder the item as usual, but check that the stain is gone before drying, as heat can set any remaining stain. Remember, different fabrics may require different treatments, so always check the care label before attempting any stain removal method.

Keeping Your Draperies Clean & Fresh

Cleaning draperies is an essential part of home maintenance that often gets overlooked. To keep your curtains looking fresh and vibrant, start by regularly vacuuming them using a soft brush attachment. This removes dust and prevents buildup. For deeper cleaning, check the care label first. Many draperies can be machine washed on a gentle cycle with cold water, but some may require dry cleaning. If machine washing, use a mild detergent and avoid overcrowding the washer. After washing, hang the draperies to dry, avoiding direct sunlight to prevent fading. For delicate fabrics, consider steam cleaning as a gentle alternative. Remember to clean your draperies at least once a year, or more frequently in high-traffic areas or homes with pets or smokers. By following these tips, you'll extend the life of your draperies and keep your home looking clean and inviting.

Chocolate Accident

When faced with a chocolate stain on fabric, quick action is key. Begin by scraping off any excess chocolate with a dull knife or spoon. Next, flush the stain with cold water from the back of the fabric to push the chocolate out rather than further into the fibers. For washable fabrics, apply a small amount of liquid laundry detergent directly to the stain and gently work it in with your fingers. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes before washing in the hottest water safe for the fabric. For more stubborn stains, create a paste using powdered laundry detergent and a little water. Apply this to the stain and let it sit for 30 minutes before washing. For delicate fabrics or non-washable items, it's best to take them to a professional dry cleaner. Always check the care label before treating any stain, and avoid using hot water or putting the item in the dryer until you're sure the stain is completely gone, as heat can set the stain permanently.

Basic Laundry Tips & Tricks

Proper laundry care can extend the life of your clothes and keep them looking their best. Start by sorting your laundry into different piles based on color and fabric type. This prevents color bleeding and ensures each item receives appropriate treatment. Always check care labels for specific instructions, as some garments may require special handling or dry cleaning. When loading the washing machine, avoid overfilling to allow clothes to move freely and clean thoroughly. Use the right amount of detergent – too much can leave residue, while too little may not clean effectively. For delicate items, consider using mesh laundry bags to protect them during the wash cycle. Choose the appropriate water temperature for each load. Cold water is generally suitable for dark colors and delicates, while warm or hot water is better for whites and heavily soiled items. To save energy and reduce wear on fabrics, air-dry clothes when possible. If using a dryer, clean the lint filter before each use to maintain efficiency and prevent fire hazards. Finally, promptly remove clothes from the washer to prevent wrinkles and musty odors, and fold or hang them immediately after drying. By following these simple tips, you can maintain the quality of your wardrobe and simplify your laundry routine.

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