At RAVE FabriCARE, our full-time, trained inspectors are uncompromising in their attention to detail.
They carefully and thoroughly examine every garment – from top to bottom – from inside to outside – to ensure that our highest quality standards have been met. Including stain removal, cleaning, finishing and repairs (buttons, snaps, hooks, eyes, seams, hems, zippers, etc.).
They also make sure that we’ve addressed all your personal preferences and special instructions.
You won’t find anything close to this level of inspection at any ordinary cleaner.
Many ordinary cleaners claim that they inspect each and every garment. They even use the term “hand inspect” (is there any other way to inspect?), implying that their inspections are careful and thorough.
But, in most ordinary cleaners, the “inspector” is really the garment bagger who might also double as a customer service representative.
And the bagger’s primary focus is on “getting your garments into a bag and onto the conveyor” and simply doesn’t have the time to carefully and thoroughly inspect each and every garment. From top to bottom. From inside to outside.
Let’s assume, for argument’s sake, that the garment bagger did, in fact, find something obvious on a garment – a stain or wrinkle on a garment; rippled collar on a blazer or sport coat; a missing or loose button; a hanging or loose hem; a broken zipper; etc.
What would they do?
Return it for re-cleaning, refinishing, replacement or repair?
After all, why bother with a careful, thorough inspection when the entire modus operandi of the ordinary cleaner is geared to getting your garments into a machine, onto a press, and into a bag. ASAP. They’re in by 11:00 and out by 5:00; or picked up on day 1 and delivered on day 3.
At ordinary cleaners, careful, thorough inspections just get in the way of their “production system”.