$15 for $30 Worth of Dry Cleaning at Joe May Valet Cleaners

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In a Nutshell

  • Three locations
  • Family-owned since 1936
  • BBB accredited

The Fine Print

Expires May 15th, 2011. Limit 3 per person. Redeem starting 1/3. Not valid for route delivery. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Dirty clothes are traditionally worn only by grungy rock stars, mystical imaginary vagabonds, and royals pretending to be "regular people" for the purpose of understanding life outside castle walls. If you don't fit into one of these categories, pick up today's Groupon to end the charade: for $15, you get $30 worth of dry cleaning and other services at Joe May Valet Cleaners, a Better Business Bureau accredited operation with three locations in and around Atlanta/Decatur.

Joe May Valet Cleaners can handle any sort of dry-cleaning emergency, including coffee spills, marauding meatballs, and red-wine fights. The cleaning technology at Joe May Valet is silent, deadly, and not currently part of Skynet, ensuring that your valuable wardrobe will be plasma-burn free, cleaned, and folded with state-of-the-art techniques. Prices depend on material and sizing, with most men's shirts starting at $1.93, women's blouses at 6.95, pants at $6.95, and suits and dresses at $12.15. Larger items such as comforters ($30–$45) are priced individually. Leather and fur can be cleaned as well, provided that they are not still on the animal.

Traditional machine washers and dryers can wear out your business separates and favorite travel-ready evening gowns, stripping away buttons, color, and sequins in their churning, cavernous jaws. Conversely, dry cleaning protects your investment in upscale clothing and keeps your favorite worn-in pieces from falling apart in the wash. This Groupon is not valid for delivery services.

Joe May Valet

Joe May Valet began dry-cleaning and laundering fabrics way back in 1936, when the Great Depression forced people to give up their glamorous nudity in favor of clothing. At four locations around Atlanta, trained staffers use their hands and eyes inspect garments, removing stains and driving dirt from the fabric’s furthest nooks and crannies. Customers with spare hangers can drop them off, and the staff will recycle them or donate them to charity.