Out to dinner and you notice a spot of vinaigrette on your tie, what do you do? No matter if your tie is Hermes, Tom Ford, Ferragamo, Charvet or H&M your actions should be the same.
Your man Jeeves asks you to resist the temptation of “do it yourself” stain removal. Most stains on ties cannot be remove with water and the act of rubbing with your napkin may cause damage to your tie.
Silk ties are very fragile, water can cause dyes to run and rubbing can chafe your tie which may not be correctable, even by Jeeves.
Ties are notoriously difficult to clean and many dry cleaners shy away from them, sending them out to be cleaned by experts such as Jeeves.
Fragile dyes usually in bold colors, bias cut silk, hand-rolled and hand-stitch work can be challenging to say the least.
Jeeves has seen all to many ties come in for restoration after being damaged by being pressed as flat as a pancake. Ties cannot machine pressed and are tricky to finish by hand due to being cut on the bias.
Jeeves’ tie service consists of:
Jeeves tie cleaning and restoration service available nationwide through our shipping program.