Carlson Cleaners’ assiduous staff has dedicated more than four decades to restoring sullied duds to wearable condition using gentle, nonchlorinated solvents and energy-efficient machinery. Customers can bring in typical business attire—such as two-piece suits ($12.20), blouses ($6.68), and lucha libre masks—for a thorough dry cleaning that rids garments of stains and spots. Clients can prepare for a night on the town by washing their delicate dresses ($11.35) and skirts ($6.85), or purify their dress shirts ($2.49) and lab coats ($5.79) with laundering services (add $1 for base silks and linens). Carlson Cleaners’ experts absolve wedding dresses of leftover cake and rice shrapnel with masterful techniques that prime gowns for years of sentimental safekeeping. Complimentary pickup and delivery services are available upon request.
City Cleaners Express speedily sanitizes clothes using environmentally friendly techniques. Technicians give each garment a meticulous 20-point inspection to isolate stains, tears, and rusty "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too" campaign pins before they dry-clean clothes. Feel free to drop off any household items, such as bedspreads, or even heirloom items such as wedding dresses; the staffers take special care to preserve delicate lace and beading when they launder. City Cleaners guarantees same-day cleaning for garments they receive on weekdays before 10 a.m., and they'll pick up your wardrobe and drop it off at your doorstep free of charge.
Wine shop and wine bar WineStyles stocks more than 225 wines, most of which are from small- and mid-size producers from around the globe. It takes the guesswork out of pairings, labeling all the bottles with their unique flavor profile—or Wine Style—so customers know which wine goes with which food dish. For those who want expert help, the knowledgeable staff works one on one with each customer to find a wine to suit their tastes. Customers can also sample a selection of 20 wines at the tasting bar, purchase wine by the glass, or purchase more than 20 specialty and craft beers from around the world.
Vino aficionados who love to regularly try new wines can take advantage of WineStyles’s two wine clubs: the Taste Club and the Learn Club. The Taste Club offers customers two wines per month selected by the chief taster. The Learn Club offers them three per month. Club members pick up their bottles each month at the shop, where they can relax in wine clubs’ club house.
No two aesthetic aspirations are alike. That’s the view espoused by Dr. Tamara Densmore, the founder and medical director of Revitalization Medical Institute, and her skilled team, who take pride in personalizing treatments at the RMI Med Spa. Skin services such as facials and microdermabrasion treat complexions, while Botox and other beautifying injectables eliminate wrinkles. Dr. Densmore is especially passionate about turning back the body’s clock, and—as an advanced fellow with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine—expertly administers such age-defying treatments as IPL, and Fraxel treatments, and masks made of crayons.
Armed with the whirring engine of the truck-mounted Rotovac 360, the technicians at Above the Rest Carpet Cleaning transform homes with powerful steam cleaning. A team of trained technicians purge carpet, upholstery, and tile of accumulated stains, dust, and contaminants. Technicians are on hand to tackle a variety of tasks that extend past cleaning and into carpet repairs, installation, or water-damage restoration.
At the Center for Integrated Therapies, Curtis Schindeler uses hypnotherapy to treat everything from addictions to depression. In the past, Curtis has helped his clients successfully overcome conditions that include posttraumatic-stress disorder, smoking addictions, and relationship problems. Unlike the way hypnosis is commonly portrayed in popular culture, the client remains in total control throughout the session. He or she is fully capable of ending the hypnosis at any point, and any chicken clucking that occurs is entirely voluntary. Curtis is also a Mental Health Counselor Intern who works under the supervision of a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
With his special knowledge of the region and its people, Florida native Chris Kurvin felt he could offer more-personalized service in the carpet- and tile-cleaning industry than others. So, he opened Ideal Carpet & Tile Cleaning of Daytona. Today, he and his team of trained technicians tackle all manners of carpet and tile grime with advanced steam-cleaning technology. They provide these services to both home and business owners and can also apply their skills to the cleaning of furniture.