While the bristles of automated car washes may make some drivers uneasy, customers of Wash and Roll Carwash need not fear. Instead of a vestibule outfitted with steel floors and metal rails, Wash and Roll uses an open wash bay equipped with ultrasonic sensors, soft foam brushes, and touch-free, oscillating nozzles that eliminate dirt and grime without harming exteriors. A splash of detergent instantly loosens stuck-on muck, allowing the spot-free rinse?s purified water to effortlessly wash away debris without the need for rough scrubbing or amateur witchcraft. Three pigments of color polish and a coating of clear-coat polish enhance and protect paint before a powerful dryer finishes the job without leaving behind spots or excess water. After the wash, drivers can retreat to the onsite convenience store for a snack. Wash and Roll guarantees customer satisfaction, or the next wash is on the house.
In the late 1930s, Andy Dellecave founded Mercury Sporting Goods, a neighborhood shop specializing in men’s tailored clothing and sportswear. After a couple decades helping gentlemen find the perfect fit for their blazers, trousers, or space suits, Andy noticed a new calling: helping them keep their new duds clean. In 1955, he moved Mercury to the freshly erected Keyser Oak Shopping Center and renamed it Mercury One-Hour Cleaners, complementing his tailoring services with full-service dry cleaning. Now a Scranton institution as well, Mercury has since opened a second location. It’s also been passed down to Andy’s sons, John and Jim, who continue a legacy that today includes same-day dry cleaning, leather and suede cleaning, and expert tailoring and alterations.
The fully bonded and insured dirt bedevilers at Clean Brigade keep domiciles sparkling by expelling the pestering particles that tarnish interiors. Armed with their own legion of disinfecting sprays, scrubs, equipment, and live GI Joes, a two-person cleaning team will break up dirt gatherings and enforce cleanliness in a household’s deepest, most lawless nooks. Let toilet bowls giggle during thorough scrubs and floors radiate after a proper polish. For two full hours, Clean Brigade’s experts will take painstaking care to ensure sinks, carpets, and counters receive the grandest pampering treatment so housekeepers can finally host Vulcan poetry readings without shame.
Equipped with company supplies and an abundance of elbow grease, the techs at Dirt Busterz! banish stubborn dust bunnies from your home's nooks and crannies. During a typical session, a cleaning guru may perform such helpful tasks as disinfecting the kitchen, scrubbing bathroom tiles, or beatboxing whenever you enter a room. One-time cleanups are available, as well as routine services on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis.
Licensed and insured cleaners from Vividly Clean move quickly through houses, their brooms and brushes rasping softly and their vacuums purring. The professional maids arrive wielding their own cleaning supplies and equipment to scour surfaces and remove moon-dusty footprints on the ceiling left behind by rude astronaut houseguests. Office carpets can be groomed during basic and one-time commercial cleanings, and during residential sprucings, the crew empties the trash, dusts lampshades, and cleans kitchen appliances.
More than 85 years of gazing into wrinkled and stained threads hasn't disheartened the employees at National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning. They snap to attention with every delivery of soiled attire, ready to assess each garment’s fabric type and instructions for proper care. After dry cleaning or wet cleaning shirts, trousers, and jackets, the professionals replace shirt buttons free of charge. They offer same-day turnaround at no extra charge, as well as a 24-hour drop-off service that allows nighttime paratroopers to deposit their sullied parachutes upon landing.
National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning keeps Mother Earth's ozone fresh with recycled hangers that minimize carbon footprint. The business also gives back to the community by supporting initiatives such as Process Pink’s fight against breast cancer.