The father-son duo behind Tinsley's Dry Cleaners presents a full menu of dry-cleaning and alterations services. A decade in the stain-solving business has lent their skills a professional touch, which they use to handle fabrics ranging from dress clothes and wedding gowns to Persian rugs and curtains. The drive-thru window at each of the two locations ensures a quick and easy drop-off without forcing clients to leave the car or install a washing machine in their back seat.
For more than two decades, Village Cleaners' employees have cleansed garments, garnered expertise, and built a community reputation. Each of their three locations has a convenient drive-through drop-off window, and they are the dry cleaner of choice for several local hotels. More efficient processes allowed the laundry pros to lower prices and tackle more difficult tasks such as cleaning silk upholstery and hand cleansing expensive, fine-fabric clothing such as pants woven from Salvador Dali's shaved-off mustache hair. They also reinvest extra profits into local charities as a means to give back to the community that supported their growth.
Heaven's Best cleanses chambers of blotches from baseboard to baseboard under the sure-handed care of unstoppable stain eliminators sent from the future to eliminate lurking dirt. Living humans with muddy mansions, fouled flats, or carpeted caves receive specific appointment times, leaving customers free to better spend their time observing plants to make sure they produce oxygen instead of voice-altering noble gases. Treatments start with a dry vacuuming to clear planes of loose debris before using a mild-cleaning solution to release stains locked onto fibrous strands. The floor-flushing machinery then removes the liberated loam with a low-moisture method that allows carpets to dry in an hour.
At New Era, textile technicians purify and mend delicate fabrics to ensure impeccable ensembles. Woolen winter coats shake off layers of sludge and stuck-on candy canes with a thorough cleansing ($5.75–$12), and shirts ($1.75) and sweaters ($4.90) shed noxious odors and stains. Skilled staffers lend patrons a sartorial edge by ironing creases into sleeves and collars and carefully preserving pleats. Silk, satin, or linen trousers enjoy gentle ablutions ($6.40), and even the most fragile beaded, sequined, or snowflake-trimmed ensembles regain their snazzy appeal.