Syndal's Bridal Dry Cleaners are Australia's Leading Bridal Dry Cleaners with wedding dress preservation.
Your wedding gown is the most precious gown you'll ever wear. So trust it to a professional. Syndal's Bridal Dry Cleaners are Australia’s leading bridal dry cleaner & are recommended by Victoria’s & Sydney’s top bridal wear designers & registries.
Our process is purely that of hand cleaning. We use a bathing system. Your gown is never placed in a machine, eliminating the risk of damaging beading or fabric. We also have a variety of preservation available.
Our classic box is a fully solid, satin coated & resin coated box making this waterproof and lined with acid free tissue paper. Your gown is layered with acid free tissue preventing discolouring. Your bodice is padded, keeping the shape of the gown. Boxes are sealed for protection against silverfish etc, wrapped in a beautiful satin bow with a choice of ten colours.
Another popular way is in our preservation bags. This patented design is made to measure. Our dressmaker comes, measures your gown & makes a bag to suit. Preservation bags are made from acid free fabric, again preventing discolouration. They are also lined with acid free tissue paper & have a full length dress zip so the gown is easily viewable.
Locations: 1135 High Street Armadale VIC 3043 03 9824 6940
Syndals Dry cleaners dry cleaned my Anna Campbell gown, upon picking my dress up, it was beautifully clean and you can tell a lot of care was taken. There was some fake tan residue to which they magically removed all of this. The service and ladies were lovely and welcoming and the boxed my dress up beautifully.
I was very happy with my dress preservation from Syndals. The service was professional and my dress now looks good as new. I also loved the touch of a coloured ribbon for the outside of the preservation bag.
I purchased my wedding dress second hand so I had it dry cleaned with Syndal Bridal, it was really expensive however the quality of the dry cleaning was great. The payment method was also really weird, they required cash or it had to be direct debited 3 days before pick-up.