Home Textiles

Home Textiles

Household fabrics and delicate linens tend to have a wide array of cleaning requirements. Most require periodic professional cleaning to keep them looking their best and to extend the life of the item. At HandCraft Cleaners, we make this happen by using the highest quality products and processes to treat, clean and protect your household fabrics.

We are currently offering 15% off the cleaning price for every comforter, sham, bedspread, blanket, quilt or afghan brought or sent in through Saturday, 5.23.20!  


This category consists of a wide range of items to include Bedspreads, Bed Skirts, Comforters, Duvets, Duvet Covers, Coverlets, Blankets, Quilts, Sleeping Bags, Pillow Shams and Pillows just to name a few. A unique cleaning process will be determined for each item such as feather and down pillows where we remove the feathers from the pillow, clean and sanitize, then replace the former cover with new ticking (casing). We will even add new feathers if necessary! We highly recommend that all coordinating items are cleaned simultaneously to maintain color and appeal.


Bed & Table Linens

We are one of the very few dry cleaning establishments that have the equipment and knowledge to provide the proper cleaning for your table and bed linens (tablecloths/napkins and sheets/pillowcases—otherwise known as ‘Flatwork’). Fine table linens are often an investment which can last for generations when they are properly cleaned, treated, and cared for. We use a special machine to press each item individually to ensure a crisp and clean finish. If you have never felt just how wonderful it is to sleep on sheets and pillowcases that have been professionally cleaned, give us a try—we think you may become hooked! We recommend that you store your linens in a ventilated area such as a linen closet using breathable bags made of cotton or linen instead of plastic bags and binds or cardboard boxes.


We clean a variety sizes and shapes!


Draperies can be delicate fabrics may easily wear and possibly tear over time due to sun fading, rot or water damage. Our professionals carefully examine your draperies prior to the cleaning process and clean them accordingly.