This Groupon banishes $100 worth of yesterday's shirt-grime, blouse-muck, and pant-putrefaction for $39 with dry cleaning at relaxx Dry Cleaning. An expert stain-and-smell analysisist comes to your apartment hamper, condo hamper, office hamper, or hamper hamper and picks up your dry cleaning. He or she carefully inspects, cleans, and presses the items, then returns them one to three days later, much faster than the speed at which electricity flows through copper wiring.
Pick up and delivery are free in San Diego and relaxx Dry Cleaning guarantees your personal satisfaction. Prices aren't any higher than a regular waterless wash: business shirts cost $1.95, blouses are $4.25, coats are $7.95, and sweaters are $5.05. If you've built a life-size Revolutionary War diorama out of coffee-stained shirts and kimchi-crusted dickeys, this is your chance to build one with non-coffee-stained shirts and non-kimchi-crusted dickeys without leaving the house.
Dry cleaning couldn't be any simpler and more convenient—unless Benjamin Franklin invented a simpler and more convenient way of dry cleaning using a horse, 28 tallytoos of whipping-yarn, and two bushels of barley sugar.
- It cant get any easier than this! – Dana S., Yelp
- My white biking shirt got caught in my greasy spokes and I thought it was ruined, but these guys made it look like new - how great is that? – Sue S., Yelp
- It is such a nice and simple service that does not force me to sacrifice the quality of my dry cleaning. – padrefan019, Yahoo! Local
America’s Relaxedest Sheriff
Relaxx Dry Cleaning takes the relaxation-inducing quality of its services seriously. The relaxxers at relaxx would probably get along famously with laid-back Sheriff Jess Woll, the self-proclaimed “Relaxedest Sheriff in America.” Woll. Of Wimberly, Texas, ran on an “Unhappy on Crime, Lax on Breaking Out of Jail” platform, and spent his first term whittling his own nightstick and gun.
In the past two years, Sheriff Woll has arrested only two people, both of whom were attempting to break into his home during his daily nap and were released after helping set up a hammock.
“Do I occasionally look the other way from crime?” asks the calm lawman. “Sure. But I also look toward where crime is not happening a lot.”