RAVE FabriCARE: The best online resource for cleaning questions

PermanentStyle.com recognizes Derek Guy

PermanentStyle.com is an authority on classic and luxury menswear. Based in the United Kingdom, it's one of the biggest such sites in the world and receives up to 500,000 page views a month.

Derek Guy, a fashion writer and commentator, also known as The Menswear Guy on Twitter, is the proprietor of and a blogger on Die Work Wear (www.dieworkwear.com). He is also a contributor to Put This On (www.putthison.com) and Style Forum (www.styleforum.net).

In January 2018, the readers of PermanentStyle.com voted Die Work Wear as the Best Media in a category that includes all newspapers, magazines, websites, blogs and Instagram accounts. What is really noteworthy about the  award is that Derek's blog, Die Work Wear, received more than 5 times as many votes as all other media combined.

You can read about Die Work Wear's Best Media Award as well as Permanent Style's full interview with Derek here.

Derek Guy recognizes RAVE FabriCARE

In January 2018, Derek Guy recognized RAVE FabriCARE's website as the "Best Online Resource For Cleaning Questions."

Here's the full text of his post on PutThisOn.com:

"The blessing and curse of the internet is that anyone can put up information. That’s why online guides on how to clean clothes are often so spotty – recycled wives tales and anecdotal evidence are thrown around to justify some cleaning method. Often times, you don’t know who’s writing the guide and how they know what they know."

RAVE FabriCARE in Arizona, however, recently put up an entire online library answering every cleaning question imaginable. Unlike most other dry cleaners you’ll find, Rave does everything in-house, which means they’re not just sending things out to the same mass cleaning plant. They’re the best garment cleaner we know of, and the one we use for serious cleaning jobs (they take mail-ins if you’re not in the area).

Their online library has two sections.

position papers are short answers to various questions; the white papers are lengthy, in-depth discussions on various topics.

You’ll find their position on what’s considered a “good job” is higher than most, and while I don’t always follow their advice – mostly because I’m either lazy or the garment isn’t that important to me – it’s good to know what’s considered best practice before deciding what to do.

Worth bookmarking these pages."

Thank you, Derek.