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Happy Lunar New Year 2020

May you have a healthy and prosperous Lunar New Year, from all of us at Jeeves. Jeeves全體仝人恭祝大家鼠年萬事順利,如意吉祥,身體健康! Team Jeeves

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Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning is a local tradition before every Lunar New Year, and it usually takes place on the 28th day of the 12th month in the Lunar calendar. According to our seniors, dusting and wiping down every surface of your home are highly symbolised for "washing off" bad luck or negative energy. Today is Ninyabaat, the 28th day in the lunar calendar of the last month before officially stepping into Spring. Have you completed the ritual? Get ready to be filled with the good luck and fortune in th...

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Care Label - Spot clean only / Do not dry clean

Some wedding gowns are extremely delicate and intricately designed, and can’t be dry cleaned like other types of dress. They may happen to be heavily-beaded or sequin-covered. If beads are glued on, the glue might even dissolve in dry-cleaning solvent. Also, the coating on such beads is often not resistant to dry-cleaning processes. Photo credit: Pinterest.com Photo credit: Pinterest.com As a result, spot cleaning by hand would be the alternative for rejuvenating the item while pr...

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Sponge & Press


What does one do with a bespoke garment that needs a bit of cleaning, but you do not want your garment put into a dry cleaning machine?

Sponge and press. This process has been around since Victorian times and can be used instead of dry cleaning in certain cases.

Jeeves Hong Kong is well versed in the art of sponge and press cleaning. This process involves removing stains & spots from your suit by hand, lightly cleaning the entire garment by hand and finishing up with a hand press and steam.

Light colored garments or garments that are heavily stained, may not be fully cleaned using this process. The Jeeves Hong Kong staff will advise you on the appropriate process once your garment arrives at our shop.