Sustain our Earth.

The move to fabrics that can be sustainably grown and responsibly sourced is good news for conserving resources and encouraging wise agricultural practices. Growing cotton takes a lot of water, so blending it with other fibers can reduce its footprint. Hemp is up and coming as a linen-like durable fiber, once legal restrictions are eased. Bamboo is losing favor since it requires so many solvents for processing and cleaning. Recycled fibers made from fishing nets, upholstery waste and even pop bottles, are popular for sports and technical wear. The easiest way to celebrate Earth Day? Extend the life of your garments with regular, professional cleaning instead of buying new. And ask about our “green” cleaning alternatives.