What Is Gown Restoration?
How is Gown Restoration done?
A gown restoration or restoration of an old garment involves treating the garment to remove yellowness or brownish coloration of the garment. The yellowing of a gown is basically an oxidation process, which occurs over the years when the garment is not stored in a safe manner and proper container. The restoration process involves removing stubborn stains, like food, grease, grass, lipstick, etc., as well. The gown or the garment is then treated to safely remove the discoloration. It is a chemical process which removes the yellowness and brown patches. During the process a careful eye is kept on the garment and the chemical process. Once the process is complete, the gown condition is checked, and if additional treatment is necessary, it is re-processed again to remove more yellowness and brown stains.
The gown or the garment is then dried and re-spotted to remove any remaining stains. We then press, form-finish and restore to the original shape and fullness of the gown. We have an excellent success rate of removing yellow stains and other discolorations. Click here to see some gown pictures