With a career spanning well over 35 years, from front page and television appearances to celebrity clientele, Dan Eisen is the leading authority on dry cleaning.
Previously an Assistant Director of The New York School of Dry Cleaning, Dan taught and lectured at both The Fashion Institute of Technology and Marymount College. He was the Chief Garment Analyst for The National Cleaning Association from 1968 to 2001 and was one of the founders of The East Coast School of Dry Cleaning as well as a consultant for The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Brooklyn Museum, and The Elliott Museum in Florida.
Dan has been featured in publications like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Newsday; appeared on David Letterman and CNN, and has had the privilege to service articles by Barbra Streisand, Princess Diana, Glenn Close, and Colonel Harland Sanders. He is a regular columnist for The National Clothesline and Korean Monthly, owns two patents, has published manuals detailing his techniques, and actively provides consultations for commercial, industrial, insurance, and legal accounts nationwide.
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