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Gown Cleaners Directory

Bridge Cleaners

204 Livingston St., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 718-625-1438; bridgecleaners.com

This 40-year-old green cleaner has an exclusive bridal-concierge program designed to meet all your gown needs before (alterations) and after (cleaning and preservation) the wedding. From $350. (ecofriendly)

Cameo Cleaners of Gramercy Park

284 Third Ave., nr. 22nd St.; 212-677-3949; cameocleaners.com

Roberto Espinal can identify and treat just about any stain with an ecofriendly carbon-dioxide cleanser. He is the go-to cleaner for Prada, Gucci, and Burberry and has long been in charge of keeping Metropolitan Opera wardrobes spotless. From $500 to $2,500; free pickup and delivery in Manhattan. (ecofriendly)

Chris French Cleaners

57 Fourth Ave., at 9th St.; 212-475-5444; chriscleaners.com

Gowns of nearly any material can be cleaned here. A dress typically takes about four to six weeks, but in case of emergency, French can rush it in one to three ($400 to $700).

Fashion Award Cleaners

383 Amsterdam Ave., nr. 78th St.; 212-289-5623; fashionaward.com

Using UV light to find invisible stains that would show up as spots years later, these thorough cleaners catch everything. Allow eight weeks for each job (from $450). Free pickup and delivery in Manhattan.

Hallak Cleaners

1232 Second Ave., nr. 65th St.; 212-832-0750; hallak.com

Hallak uses biodegradable detergent and can turn jobs around in just one week (from $325); preservation takes three to four weeks. Complimentary pickup and delivery are available in Manhattan. (ecofriendly)

Jeeves of New York

39 E. 65th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-570-9130; jeevesny.com

The specialists here use all-natural materials and the same cleaning and preservation methods as experts at major museums. Dry cleaning and preservation start at $600; full restoration and preservation around $1,500. Turnaround is usually three weeks. (ecofriendly)

J. Scheer & Co.

6 E. 81st St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-570-1511; jscheer.com

Textile expert Jonathan Scheer subjects wedding gowns to a battery of tests to determine how best to clean them (from $495). A post-wedding preservation job takes six to eight weeks. Free pickup and delivery are available in Manhattan.

Madame Paulette

1255 Second Ave., nr. 66th St.; 347-689-7010; madamepaulette.com

These pros have a reputation for being meticulous. Jobs take four to twelve weeks (from $600), but in a pinch, dresses can be done in 24 hours. Alterations are also available, and they offer their own special spot-cleaning kit for day-of disasters ($12.50).

Meurice Garment Care

31 University Pl., nr. 9th St.; 245 E. 57th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-475-2778; garmentcare.com

A bride longing to wear her grandmother’s dress can bring it here for the white-glove treatment, which includes restoration (from $869), alteration (from $100), reconstruction (from $750), and cleaning and preservation (from $695). Meurice also offers a broad spectrum of ecocare and wet-cleaning. (ecofriendly)

RunwayGarmentCare.com

This pickup-and-delivery service operates in all five boroughs and goes to every length to stay green, from its hydrocarbon dry-cleaning methods to paperless billing. Cleaning services from $450, restoration from $650, and preservation from $850. (ecofriendly)

From the Summer 2014 New York Wedding Guide

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