The helpful staffers at Allison's Cleaners deploy more than 10 years of dry-cleaning shrewdness to wring stains from water-phobic garments. Spurts of liquid cleanser swirl around delicate items like sweaters and slacks, eliminating splotches from food or accidentally sitting on a Rorschach inkblot test. Soiled sports coats, blouses, and shirts gain renewed life as stain-free beacons of hope for brethren apparel.
For more than 10 years, the degriming gurus at Kahuna Cleaners have tackled stains and wrinkles before returning clothes to their wearers in tiptop shape. The cost of cleaning an average piece of apparel runs $4.25, with cleaning for coats ranging from $8–$14. With this Groupon, visitors can bring in up to a dozen men’s sports jackets and blouses or more than a week’s worth of hot dog costumes for rejuvenation. Advanced cleaning processes treat the 12 garments to a thorough cleansing, restoring them to immaculate condition as wrinkles from practicing origami on skirts smooth away and splotches from spilled coffee are banished from button-downs. Kahuna Cleaners also confronts the dust, mold, and soil collected by draperies and bedding, sending them back to houses in neat, clean folds to spruce up windows or salt-water aquariums.
If it's been stepped on, chances are Elite Home Services can clean it. The company specializes in carpeting, Oriental rugs, and hardwood, but also has the necessary equipment, experience, and materials to tackle untidy tile or upholstery or seal grout so it can't run away.
Founded 106 years ago just after the invention of clothing, Sam Meyers Dry Cleaning and Laundry cleans clothing to rid garments of ground-in grime. Detail-oriented dry cleaners strike out stubborn stains from skirts ($7.80) and sweaters ($7.41) with the diligence of a lab chemist and the gentle touch of a newborn porpoise swaddled in cashmere. Use today's deal to look dapper in spotless sport coats ($7.41) and spick-and-span two-piece suits ($13.57). Sam Meyers also offers cleaning services for Uggs and other winter boots to erase evidence of slush-puddle jumping and winter salt-ball fights.