185 E. Glenarm St. Pasadena, CA 91105 (626)403-2199 Monday-Friday 7am-7pm Satuday 8am-5pm
Established in 1930 Serving Pasadena for more than 75 Years with Superior Clothing Care and Customer Service. "Old World Craftsmanship Coupled with Modern Technology"
True to their shop’s name, Round the Clock Cleaners’ clothes cleansers de-grime soiled wardrobes seven days a week. Each pass comes loaded with $25 of dry-cleaning services per visit, helping clients primp their pants ($5.25), skirts ($4.50), sports jackets ($6.50), and adult-sized hot-dog costumes with a professional dirt expunging. In addition to gussying up dirty clothing, the shop also exorcises stains from select household linens, such as sleeping bags and comforters, with prices varying by item.
“Dry-clean only.” These words on a garment tag can make people pretty nervous, resulting in hundreds of neglected sweaters, slacks, and dresses. Around the Block Cleaners confronts this issue head-on by offering free after-hours pickup and delivery for its dry-cleaning, alteration, and laundry services. Without the hassle of working around narrow business hours, customers can also drop their garments off themselves, which is an ideal solution for people whose commutes take them by the family-owned shop or who have a debilitating fear of deliverymen.
Open seven days a week, Drop A Load Laundry makes clothing care fast, easy, and virtually hassle-free. Customers opting for fluff-and-fold service simply gather their dirty duds and bring them to the drop-off counter, where a friendly staff member weighs and prices them ($1/lb., 10 lb. minimum), casting a stain-lifting spell as they rub each garment with a magic wand. Socks, T-shirts, and undies go for a dip in the washing machine and a spin in the dryer before they're steamed, folded, and wrapped in plastic. Dresses, pants, and button-down shirts get steam-pressed and placed on hangers after their cleansing adventure, returning to their owners as wrinkle-free as a freshly moisturized rhinoceros. The steam team also tackles cumbersome items, from rumpled comforters to rugs to smelly sleeping bags ($1.75/lb.), preventing customers from dragging them to the nearest suds-filled lake.