Since 1912, Swiss Cleaners has provided friendly, detailed service to sullied-sweater-clad Oklahomans yearning to breathe free of fabric-borne dust- and yuck-mites. Drop off your dirty duds at the time-honored storefront of your choice and let Swiss Cleaners' professionals clean up your traveling closet. While prices vary based on garment material and specific care requirements, customers can usually expect to have shirts laundered for around $1.95 and pants for around $5.10, with lather-free dry cleaning costing around $5.10 for shirts and pants and $10.55 for dresses, suits, and sleepy-eyed marsupials.
A local, family-owned staple for more than 45 years, Scott Cleaners employs friendly garment guardians that continuously commit themselves to professional, affordable services and tidy textiles. The cleaners are capable of de-peanutbuttering nearly any garment, whether it be a shirt ($4.75), blouse ($4.75), pair of slacks ($4), or fatigue pants ($4.30) and fatigue shirt ($2.79) needed for a paintball-themed wedding. In addition to clothing, the sanitary soldiers can defend the royalty of linens by supplying a thorough, kingdom-worthy primping to comforters and bedspreads of the queen-size ($23.57), king-size ($26.36), and duke of double-bed ($21.42) varieties. The knowledgeable staff at any location can provide same-day service.
The professional staff at Master Cleaners excises stains from the usual suspects such as shirts, pants, and gowns, but also from bulky comforters and the delicate lacework or satin of wedding dresses. During dry-cleaning and laundry services, the team demonstrates an eye for detail not only by tracking down dirt, but by giving missing buttons a suitable replacement. The team dangles newly minted duds on heavy-duty hangers that won't flex and allow clothes to slide off onto the floor, unlike most vain bodybuilders.
A cheerful blue awning greets guests as they make their way to the sprawling Dry Clean Super Center, their arms laden with baskets and bags of laundry waiting to be unsullied. Once inside, specialists will take their suits, casual apparel, and comforters, then professionally rid them of stubborn stains and dirt ghosts through professional laundry and dry-cleaning techniques.
Dusty duds and lived-in bedding flock to Park Plaza Cleaners, where cleaners thoroughly unsully fabrics and provide pickup and delivery services to accommodate busy schedules. Men's and women's two-piece suits ($11 each) emerge free from the stains and condiment splashes left over after intense power-lunch food fights, and polo shirts ($4.50) emerge crisp and spotless. Catering to customers' everyday dry-cleaning needs, soapsmiths remove unfortunate marks from men's shirts ($5.50), women's skirts ($5.50), and children's report cards. Comforters of any size and shape prepare for long winter nights with an exfoliating treatment that leaves them pillowy and fresh. While Park Plaza Cleaners welcomes clients to any of its locations, a complimentary home-delivery system allows the dedicated staff to whisk away soil-laden garments and return them with haste.
Dry Clean Super Center accommodates cleaning and laundering needs for a wide raiment range. On-the-go guests can grace clean pants, sweaters, blouses, and most other items with the same tender care they're too busy providing to others to give to themselves. Rely on a dry-cleaned and freshly pressed suit instead of typo-riddled resumés or ill-timed knock-knock jokes to stand out during upcoming job interviews ($10; price may vary by item). Women may get their best Sunday dress clean enough to showcase at dinner parties, theater outings, and the remaining six days of the week (up to $20).