This booklet was prepared for band directors, band parents, uniform managers, or whoever is responsible for the care and cleaning of the garments supplied to your organization by Fruhauf Uniforms, Incorporated. Please take the time to read the booklet completely so that you may thoroughly understand the care required by your new uniforms. You have made a major investment when you purchased your new uniforms, and now we want to work with you to make sure that you maximize the life and usefulness of your new garments. Proper care andcleaning are a necessity – failure to provide either will greatly diminish the service you attain from your uniforms.
We have written this booklet using our expertise and calling on the expertise of individuals involved in the dry cleaning industry. The technical information pertaining to dry cleaning found in the booklet was gleaned from “Adco’s General Dry cleaning Guide” published by Adco Research Department of Adco Incorporated, located in Sedalia, Missouri. We are grateful to them for allowing us to include excerpts from their guide in this presentation
The booklet is broken into two sections – Part I deals with the responsibilities of the various parties involved along with helpful suggestions regarding alterations, storage, transporting the garments and the proper way to wear them. Part II is more technical in nature and presents the proper cleaning methodology to your dry cleaner. You must present your cleaner with a copy of this booklet and have them return the last page to you.
The last page is to be signed by the cleaner indicating they have read, understand and will abide by the guidelines outlined in the booklet. Failure to have the form signed and returned to you could jeopardize any warranty expressed or implied by Fruhauf Uniforms Incorporated or its representatives.