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Keep Wedding Memories Alive

Your wedding dress is one of the few things you can keep forever to keep your wedding day memories alive. Perspiration, hemline dirt and even spills on your wedding gown can set over time.

Expert wedding dress cleaning and preservation can remove these substances and protect your wedding gown from environmental damages. Be sure to give your wedding dress the proper care it needs to ensure it will remain beautiful forever.

Museum Method Protects Best

Acid-free & lignin free, Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation provides the best protection against yellowing available. The breathable cotton bag also protects against mold & mildew. And because Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation is hanging preservation, there are few folds which means less risk of permanent creases. This means your wedding gown will not need periodic refolding that is recommended for boxed wedding gowns.

Similar to Museum Storage

Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation is similar to museum heirloom dress storage. Museum conservators recommend keeping heirloom garments clean, dry, wrinkle free and stored in acid-free and lignin free environment at constant temperatures. Heirloom dresses that are not on display are generally not in boxes, but hung on padded hangers and covered with a cotton covering to protect them from dust, light and potential damage from folds and creases.  

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  • Wedding Dress Cleaning and Preservation Guide

Local Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation is currently available in the continental USA at participating dry cleaners. If you are unable to find a local provider, our national provider Heritage Garment Preservation will assist you and provides Free Shipping with the continental USA.

Find a local provider of Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation below…

 

Are you a dry cleaner?

If you are a dry-cleaner we invite your to become a local provider of Museum Method™ wedding dress preservation.

Museum Method wedding dress preservation for strapless gowns

Which wedding dress cleaning and preservation method will keep your wedding dress in the best condition?

Having your wedding dress cleaned and preserved right away will help your wedding dress remain in the best condition possible. But, there are quite a few choices when it come to wedding dress cleaning and preservation, such as local dry-cleaners or national wedding gown preservation companies. It can be very confusing. This wedding dress cleaning and preservation guide will help you make an educated decision on the care of your wedding dress.

Our Wedding Dress Cleaning and Preservation Guide covers:

Part 1. Why Clean and Preserve Your Wedding Dress?
Part 2. A Case Study – One Bride’s Story
Part 3. Choosing the Best Wedding Dress Preservation
  • How do museums care for their heirloom dresses?
Part 4. Wedding Dress Cleaning
  • Wet cleaning
  • Safe dry-cleaning solvents
  • Petroleum based solvents
  • Questions to Ask About Wedding Dress Cleaning and Preservation
Part 5. Wedding Dress Preservation

Protection from:

  • Yellowing
  • Permanent creasing
  • Mold and mildew
  • Oxidation spots
  • Dust and light
Part 6. Wedding Dress Preservation Options
Part 7. Wedding Dress Cleaning and Preservation Summary
Part 8. Museum Method Wedding Gown Preservation
First: Part 1. Why Clean and Preserve Your Wedding Dress? > >
Museum Method wedding dress cleaning and preservation for strapless gowns

Find a Local Provider of Museum Method™ Wedding Dress Preservation for Your Wedding Gown

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Star Rating 5 -wedding dress preservation rating

Love Your Method

I love the bagged method because at anytime I know I can look at my dress. More importantly I know my dress is being preserved in its original shape and form. I was always very worried about having my dress sit in a box with creases setting in the delicate material for years and eventually weakening and damaging the material…

Thank you again!

Alisa Keffer

Vacaville, California