Before preservation, the wedding dress must be cleaned thoroughly to remove any visible and invisible stains, such as dirt, sweat, makeup, or food stains. It's crucial to choose a professional cleaner experienced in wedding dress cleaning, as the gown's delicate fabrics and intricate embellishments require special care.
Store the sealed preservation box in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Avoid basements or attics, as these areas can be subject to temperature and humidity fluctuations.
Periodically check the gown to ensure there are no signs of damage, mold, or pests. If you notice any issues, consult a professional preservationist
After cleaning, the dress should be carefully inspected to ensure that all stains and spots have been successfully removed. Any necessary repairs, such as loose beading or torn seams, should also be addressed at this stage.
The key to long-term preservation is using acid-free materials. The wedding gown is placed in an acid-free, archival-quality box or bag. This prevents the yellowing and deterioration of the fabric that can occur with time when exposed to acidic materials.
Folding vs. Hanging
The gown can be folded or hung inside the acid-free box, depending on the gown's design and structure. Some dresses with heavy skirts or intricate detailing may be better preserved when folded to prevent stress on seams and beading. Lighter, less detailed dresses may be hung.
Benefits for Customers
- Preserves cherished memories of the special day.
- Maintains the gown’s resale or heirloom value.
- Prevents yellowing and deterioration of delicate fabrics.
- Certified preservationists ensure proper cleaning and storage.
- Shields the dress from environmental factors.
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