Ashford Kent Dry Cleaning Ironing Door-To-Door Laundry Expert Service Launched

Iron Maids, the East Kent-based ironing, laundry and dry cleaning/wet cleaning company launched a new door-to-door service. This is ideal for those who are shielding or social distancing during the pandemic.

Maidstone, United Kingdom - August 10, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Iron Maids have launched a door-to-door pick-up and return ironing, dry/wet cleaning, and laundry service for customers in Ashford, Kent. The new service is free and provides an isolation-friendly solution for those shielding to minimise risk during the pandemic.

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Iron Maids have been offering their professional laundry, ironing, wet care, and dry-cleaning service for over 10 years. In this time they have built up a reputation for a flexible, high value service that is easy to book.

Now with the current restrictions and emergence from lockdown affecting so many people, they have extended their service to offer free door-to-door delivery and collection which can be quickly and easily booked online or via the telephone.

Iron Maids introduced their innovative Wet Care cleaning system to Kent through which delicate items labelled “dry clean only” such as silk, cashmere, suede or wedding dresses can now be cleaned using carefully controlled levels of biodegradable detergents, highly accurate temperature controls and moisture extraction.

Wet Cleaning is an effective, safe, and environmentally friendly alternative to dry cleaning and has been developed to clean even the most delicate fabrics without causing any damage, ensuring items look better for longer and smell fresh with no chemical odour. This type of cleaning is also kinder to skin and the environment.

The company also provides a trusted and proven service for thorough cleaning of special items such as wedding dresses and all kinds of evening wear including ball gowns, cocktail dresses, sequin dresses, tuxedos, black tie, cummerbunds, and most other evening wear.

Iron Maids can also provide a professional cleaning service for sheepskin and Ugg boots, removing dirt, wear marks and stains to restore a just-new appearance. Other specialist services include professional cleaning of curtains and upholstery and an alteration and repair service.

The company also offer their collection and delivery service to commercial laundry, wet cleaning, and ironing. This provides businesses with additional security that all their laundry needs can be met in full without leaving the premises and also be assured of a rapid turnaround and professional service in these difficult times.

Further details on the wedding dress service can be found at:

Additional details on the commercial service are available here:

Contact Info:
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Organization: Iron Maids
Address: Unit 18, Palace Industrial Estate Bircholt Road, Maidstone, Kent ME15 9XU, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1622-870111

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88971940

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