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What's it take to be a leader in true quality cleaning?

What it takes to be a leaderRAVE FabriCARE is

  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to specialize in bespoke, made-to-measure, designer, high fashion, specialty and couture garments and gowns.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to publish its drycleaning and shirt laundry standards in detail.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to publish the "ins" and "outs" and "hows" and "whys" of its drycleaning and shirt laundry processes and craftsmanship in detail.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona licensed to use Green Earth® (siloxane) drycleaning technology.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona licensed to use Sanitone® drycleaning and wetcleaning detergents.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to install specialized, computer-controlled wetcleaning equipment.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be designated a Certified Couture Cleaner®.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be designated a Certified Master Drycleaner®.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be designated a Certified Green Cleaner®.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to offer cleaning for the chemically-sensitive.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to eliminate all toxic and environmentally hazardous drycleaning solvents (perc and synthetic petroleum).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be completely exempted from all federal, state, county and city environmental laws and regulations related to air, water and ground quality.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be fully accredited as one of the nation's premier cleaners by Leading Cleaners Internationale.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to receive the Diamond Drycleaner Award as the Best Drycleaner In The Southwest (excluding California).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be selected One of America's Best Drycleaning Facilities by the editors of American Drycleaner Magazine.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be recognized by Cesare Attolini of Naples (world's best suits - Robb Report).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be recognized by Alexander Kabbaz (world's best shirts - Robb Report).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be recognized by Andy Gilchrist/Ask Andy About Clothes (the world's most popular website/discussion forum dedicated to fine men's and ladies garments and accessories).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be recognized by Will Boehlke/A Suitable Wardrobe (the world's most widely read blog about men's bespoke garments and accessories).
  • The first true quality drycleaner to be voted Best Drycleaner in Metro Phoenix by readers of Phoenix Magazine.
  • The first true quality drycleaner to be voted Best Drycleaner in Scottsdale by readers of AZ Society Magazine.
  • The first true quality drycleaner to be selected Best Drycleaner in Scottsdale by cityspur.com.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be designated Drycleaner of Choice by the Phoenix Art Museum (museum quality garment and textile restoration).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to be designated Official Drycleaner of Ballet Arizona (theatrical costume cleaning and restoration).
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to use acid-free, non-yellowing tissue for all garment and household textile packaging.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to use contoured and clip hangers favored by many European designers to protect their fashions.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to use fully-breathable, chemically inert, non-yellowing sweater, suit, dress and gown storage bags.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to use microchamber® preservation technology to protect heirloom garments, gowns and textiles over the long-term.
  • The first drycleaner in Arizona to introduce nationwide clean by mail service throughout the USA, Canada and Mexico.

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