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Dry cleaners have a knack for destroying ties through overenthusiastic pressing, so you should really trust that pricey Hermès to the only folks who do this all day long. Tiecrafters’ experienced spot-removers know how to deal with silk in all its fussy forms. Typically, they unstitch the back of a tie and flatten it for cleaning, then suture it back together—that way, the tie doesn’t get that mashed-down look. Ties are $10.50 and up; scarves, $25 and up; pickup and delivery is $8.50 each way. (There’s a four-tie minimum to get the best price, so save up your stains.)