Greensleeves rises to a new standard of quality in cleaning with the highest regard for health, both our customers and our employees, and a most sincere respect for the environment. The primary goal is a new level of quality, a cleaner clean, without the chemical residue or the detrimental effects of harsh, toxic solvents.
For three generations, the same family has owned and operated Fred and Dolly's Cleaning Station. Over the years, they've gotten their dry-cleaning process down to a science. The company's specialists carefully clean each garment, taking care to preserve both form and fabric. For an additional fee, they'll clean garments made from linen, silk, sequins, and other delicate materials.
Voted Best Dry Cleaner by Fairfield County Weekly in 2010, Wolfe’s Cleaners employs award-winning methods to safely and effectively refresh dropped-off duds. Punctual, careful, and thorough, the clean team whips civvies into shape, revitalizing casual garments ranging from pants ($7.10) and sweaters ($7.15) to dresses ($13.75). Wolfe’s Cleaners also spiffs up businesswear with same-day service, removing insidious stains from sports jacket ($7.50) or pressing two-piece suit in time for upcoming reenactments of Lyndon Johnson's inauguration ($13.75). For an additional fee, Wolfe's can also cleanse exotic or delicate fabrics and materials.
While a person might wear clothes ranging from basic tees and pants to slinky cocktail dresses, they can't lump everything together when it comes time to do laundry. That’s why the technicians at Fabricare Cleaners offer laundering services in addition to their three styles of dry cleaning: one for basic items, one for fragile items needing special care, and one using biodegradable, eco-friendly detergents. They have a reciprocal relationship with the Fashion Institute of Technology, in which they teach the school how to service garments and the school teaches them how to understand construction. This training enables them to immediately recognize stains and fabric type, allowing them to accurately protect and clean clothes by using fabric-friendly chemicals and buttons previously worn by secret-service agents.
After more than 30 years in the business, the owners recently upgraded the facilities to incorporate green technology and use less energy during their processes. In their upgraded facility, the staff can efficiently clean clothes, furs, house decor, and shoes, which can be dropped off in one of the 24-hour kiosks and are returned with the shop’s free delivery service. They also provide reusable garment bags, helping cut down on plastic waste and large cat nests found in the closet corner.
For a straightforward solution to a slightly leaning mountain of soiled vestments, take advantage of Long Island Laundry and Dry Cleaning's standard residential wash-and-fold laundering service. Wash up to 10 pounds of cloth-based body bindings for $14, and cleanse each additional pound for $1 more (large or specialty items are priced separately). Air-drying and hangers are provided for free if requested.
The coaches at Wilton Fencing Academy call upon decades of instructing experience as well as years of contending in national championships and collegiate competitions. During fencing classes, coaches aim to teach students the coordination, speed, agility, and self-assurance that is not only essential to competition, but also to everyday life. Students practice powerful driving moves and crafty defenses inside the academy's world-class facilities, which feature electronic scoring systems, wall projections, and regulation competition strips. In a separate viewing area, parents can admire their children's progress and unwavering concentration behind large windows. The academy is also home to the Performing Arts Center of Wilton, which helps students discover stage-navigating skills such as ballet, acting, and how to dodge shepherd's crooks.