Lube Stop has been lauded by both local and national press outlets for its Sustainability Program, which decreases the environmental impact of the shop's auto services. Its signature EcoGuard oil change, for example, refreshes engines with re-refined motor oil. Lube Stop also recycles oil and antifreeze, and it plants two new oil-filter trees for every one it chops down.
Besides eight kinds of oil changes, Lube Stop provides multipoint inspections, tire rotations, wiper blade replacement, and other maintenance and repair services. More than 240 employees?who receive continuous training to keep up with eco-friendly practices?helm the company's 37 Cleveland- and Akron-area locations, all of which offer E-Check emissions-testing stations.
Stephanie Saddler is the owner and chief nail technician of the coral- and pink-colored Butta Fingers Nail Studio, and she's been profiled by the likes of Fox 8, WKYC, and The Today Show for her talon talents. Nail magazines showcase her daring nail art, but Stephanie's customers can also opt for more demure mani-pedis. At her salon, technicians doll up vacant keratins with gels, polishes, and acrylics from the salon's own signature collection and popular brands such as OPI, Gelish, and CND. Sandal-ready piggies make their debut after a shaping, grooming, and exfoliation are performed as patrons perch atop plush whirlpool chairs between vibrant pops of pink. Staffers cater to adventuresome talons with Minx nails, sporting flashy designs that shrink into fingertip contours when heated or frightened by a sudden whiff of nail-polish remover.
For more than 40 years, homeowners have entrusted their yards to the experts at Weed Man. Perhaps it’s because the employees do more than just perform lawn-care services—they cultivate close working relationships with their clients. This means they are available by telephone or smoke signal any time of the day and promptly respond to faxes or emails within 48 hours, and they also explain the technical side of lawn care to their clients. Of course, what keeps customers coming back is the attention the staff members lavish on grass during services, which range from eradicating weeds with EPA-approved products to aerating lawns to ousting destructive insects.
The A-team of health experts at Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine of Ohio consists of surgeons, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists, and even neurologists. This diverse staff helps patients manage ailments of nearly any kind through holistic and medical means. The healers are especially focused on pain management and restoring function to out-of-order joints, helping clients recover from auto accidents and sports injuries.
Boasting more than six decades of waterless wardrobe-washing expertise, Jay Dee Cleaners de-dingifies grimy garments with state-of-the-art cleaning and pressing equipment. Bring in sweat-stained dress shirts ($1.90+), lipstick-marked suits ($10.05), and banana-bread-caked overalls ($12.25) to irrevocably remove spots, stains, and walnut crumbles from contaminated clothing. Jay Dee's also offers free pick-up and delivery, so mad lady scientists can get brain-stained blouses ($5.10), frankendresses ($10.80), and lab coats ($4.20) quickly cleaned without letting animal-human hybrids out of their sight.
Mr. Wonderful's veteran chefs batter and fry a menu's worth of soul food, including crisp chicken and fish. A variety of chicken and waffle meals ($6.99–$12.99) star boneless or bone-in poultry, drizzled in a signature glaze that underscores the duo's complementary tastes, textures, and zodiac signs. Satisfy seafood hankerings with a shrimp po boy slathered in tangy sauce ($5.99) or a fried catfish dinner ($10.99), accompanied by a duo of hearty sides, such as candied yams, slow-cooked greens, and creamy mac 'n' cheese. A choice of more than 10 stuffed baked potatoes ($4.99–$11.99) transforms the humdrum spud into a tableside celebrity, while the restaurant's family meals ($8.99–$69) supply clans with the energy to tackle overdue tasks such as cleaning the basement or sewing matching sweater vests by hand.