One of the biggest complaints that adjusters have with dry cleaners is cleaning clothes that will never be used again. CRND members have teamed up with the Salvation Army to provide a solution to this problem. By successfully implementing a community driven program and teaming up with the Salvation Army. The insurance company wins, saving money by not cleaning unwanted items. The insured wins by receiving a tax deductible receipt. And the community wins, with the opportunity to help feed and clothe those that are less fortunate.



Donated items are divided and handled separately
Donated items are removed from the insured’s home
Insurance company is provided a detailed itemization with savings shown
Donated items are processed and cleaned
Dry cleaner delivers the donated items directly to the Salvation Army



To provide charitable service to the community
To save the insurance company money by not cleaning unwanted items
To establish CRDN as Responsible Restoration Dry Cleaning companies desiring to do what is right!

Services

THE PURPOSE

RESPONSIBLE TO THE COMMUNITY

CRDN carefully and skillfully restore:

THE PROCESS

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RESTORATION PROCESS

  • Window treatments including drapes, sheers, cornice boards, and shades
  • Clothing requiring alteration & repair
  • Shoes cleaning & polish
  • Belts, purses & gym bags
  • Wedding gowns & formal wear
  • All electronic items - tested and restored
  • Appliances -tested and restored
  • Art - fine art and keepsakes


  • Dryclean clothing
  • Washable / laundry clothing
  • Suedes, leathers & furs
  • Beaded, firnged, sequined & delicate items including most hats.
  • Area rugs
  • Down pillows & comforters
  • Bedding, linens, napkins, tableclothes & towels
  • Medical garments, uniforms & vestments