Meet the cleaners

  • Article by: BY JOHN EWOLDT , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 10, 2012 - 8:55 AM

The following organizers will come to your home to work on women's, men's or kids' closets. Some organizers have more of a background in fashion, others in organization, which is noted.

Some salespeople who work at small independent stores also do home visits. Ask your favorite salesperson.

Before your appointment, remove all of last season's clothing from your closet, as well as pieces that need repairs or don't fit.

Nikki Havens, Seriously Organized, 612-227-4079, www.seriouslyorganized.com. Organizing focus. $50 an hour with a three-hour minimum.

Beth Ilg, Edit, 763-482-9241 or e-mail kei_beth@hotmail.com. Organizing focus. $50 an hour, no minimum.

Irene Kato, I Kan Do It, 651-647-9921 or e-mail ikanshopper@comcast.net. Fashion focus. $175 an hour with a one-hour minimum. Slightly lower for two or more hours.

Gwen Leeds, Wardrobe Consulting, 612-810-4357 or e-mail gpgl1@aol.com. Fashion focus. $100 an hour with three-hour minimum.

Amy Lindquist, Image and Fashion Consulting, 952-469-1187, www.clearconcepts1.com. Fashion focus. $150 an hour with a two-hour minimum.

Susi McCune, Specialized Organization Services, 763-444-4585, www.messdistress.com. Organizing focus. $60 to $75 per hour with a three-hour minimum.

Sara Rogers, Wardrobe Consulting, 612-396-4720, www.sararogers.com. Fashion focus. $100 an hour with a two-hour minimum.

Denise Sanford, Perfect Fit by Clinton Kelly/Stitch It, 952-854-5723. Fashion focus. $60 per hour with a two-hour minimum.

JOHN EWOLDT

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