Fine Hand Laundering

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Every shirt we handle undergoes the following deluxe process:

Stain Removal as needed (we remove the toughest of stains delicately and carefully)
If necessary, button removal prior to cleaning to prevent cracking or breaking
Hand Washed & Hand Pressed

Collars and cuffs are pressed to exquisite perfection
Your preference of starch or no starch
Based on your preference, your shirt can be folded and boxed or hung and covered

When it comes to your shirts, Madame Paulette is here to make sure that they remain as flawless as the day you purchased them. Your garments are a big reflection of your identity and Madame Paulette will fulfill your expectations of perfection.

Ralph Lauren, Hermes, Loro Piana, Paul Smith, Pink, Borelli, Oliver Strelli, Turnbull & Asser, Knapps & Tubbs, Marc Jacobs, and Zegna are only a few of the designers’ products that our specially trained launderers encounter everyday.


31
Jul

Examiner: John Mahdessian celebrates his 50th birthday in style

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13
Sep

Keeping the World Spotless, One Stain at a Time

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15
Oct

Couture Allure

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09
Dec

Money Well Spent: Salvage Clothes and Save

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04
Nov

Johnny On The Spot

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