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An Update Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and Our San Francisco Stores

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Mulberrys For the health and safety of our customers and staff Mulberrys stores in the Bay Area will be closed March 18th – April 7th, barring further updates. If you have a ready order for pickup at our stores you can pick them up today or after April 7th. If you need your…Read More

A Note From Our CEO Regarding the COVID-19 Outbreak

At Mulberrys, the health and safety of our customers and our team members is our highest priority. To that end, we have taken a series of steps during the COVID-19 outbreak to ensure the safety of you and our team members. All Mulberrys team members will be using gloves to handle your clothing at every…Read More

Mulberrys Cleaners 2019 Entrepreneur Scholarship Winner

The Mulberrys Cleaners 2019 Entrepreneur Scholarship Winner For the third year in a row, we asked high school and college students around the country to send us innovative ideas for their future business for the chance to win a $1,000 college scholarship. We look forward to reviewing the submissions each year to see what future…Read More

How Many Days Do You Spend Doing Chores in a Lifetime?

How Many Days Do You Spend Doing Chores in a Lifetime? People tend to have routines when it comes to keeping their homes in order. While some people have a regimented approach to their chores, opting to complete them every week, some people’s routine involves waiting until they’re out of silverware before running the dishwasher. …Read More

How to Pack a Winter Coat or Jacket

snowy winter scene

Cold weather months typically mean lots of travel, whether you’re heading home for a traditional Thanksgiving or looking for stress-relief by abandoning the holiday buzz for a ski vacation or mountain retreat.  Learn more about the best fabrics for winter and cold weather! If you’re traveling during the fall or winter months, or if you’re…Read More

How to Clean and Wash Fleece Clothing

Fleece is a warm, comfortable, and water-resistant fabric that is a staple in many closets during cold-weather months. Natural fleece is harvested from a wool-bearing animal, usually sheep. Synthetic fleece, on the other hand, is made from fabrics such as polyester. Given how common and functional it is, people wear this fabric often, so we…Read More

What is Dry Cleaning and How Does it Work?

Millions of people take their clothes to dry cleaners each year, but many don’t know what actually happens to their clothing and other items once they are dropped off. It’s fair to assume that the dry cleaning professionals handling your laundry are doing more than you could at your own home, but what exactly happens…Read More

Breathable Fabrics to Wear in Hot and Humid Weather

Find out the best fabrics and materials to wear during hot and humid weather. Summers can be short in many locations, and you always want to soak up every minute of it you can, but sometimes it just gets too unbearably hot outside to enjoy the season. Wearing the right clothing for warm temperatures and…Read More

Guide to Removing Dirt or Mud Stains From Clothing

Hunter rainboots splashing in mud or a puddle

We’ve all been there – you’re wearing your favorite item of clothing on a nice day and then, all of a sudden, you get an unsightly dirt stain on it. If you don’t act quickly, dirt and mud stains can set into clothing and be difficult to get rid of, effectively ruining that item. We…Read More

How Effective is the KonMari Decluttering Method? (Survey)

Marie Kondo has inspired a decluttering craze around the world, leaving millions wondering what sparks joy in their lives. While her popular book (The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up) has been around since 2011, Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show (Tidying Up with Marie Kondo) has given people a renewed interest in her decluttering method. We’re…Read More