We know that pictures speak a thousand words, and our before and after transformations truly need no introductions and speak for themselves, so without too much further ado, let’s get into some before and after pictures!

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, hemline stains are the most common stains we work on, almost all gowns have some sort of wear on this area. Even though it may seem more hidden than some other hemline examples, this one is a good example of a stain you want to get removed if you’re planning on reselling your gown. Also, this is a stain that may be present on a second-hand gown that you’ve purchased, this is something you’ll want to get cleaned before you get any alterations, should they be needed.

Another example of a soiled hemline, although this one is obviously much more drastic than the first example. This is is an example of something that could happen to your hemline or train if you have an outdoor wedding.

And for the last transformation, we have the Pièce De Résistance, the namesake of this post! This gown was, unfortunately, a victim of the wedding napkins. Red dye transferred onto the gown, in several places, including this stain. Although it looked like it would be a big undertaking, we were able to remove all stains and restore the gown back to its white form.

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