Dry cleaning is especially useful for lawyers, who must sweat through many hours of trials and endure the jury's Gatorade shower after a winning verdict. Keep a clean record with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Dry Cleaning
Dry cleaners tidy up an array of clothing including dress shirts ($2.95), blazers ($7.95), men’s and women’s two-piece suits ($15.25), and formal dresses ($24–$28).
VIP Cleaners’ first location opened in 1992. Since then the operation has expanded to a handful of locations, where staff members clean everything from police, firefighter, and military uniforms to suits, dresses, and wedding gowns. The shops also offer leather dying, suede cleaning, and alteration services.