The experienced dry cleaners at Silver Isle Cleaners keep duds crisp and stain free, but they don’t stop there. They go beyond suits, shirts, and slacks to repair, dye, and polish shoes, clean handbags, and preserve gowns from weddings and christenings. Household goods will also find themselves in capable hands as the crew uses their dirt-lifting prowess to restore comforters, drapes, curtains, and rugs, Best of all, a small fee ensures clothes owners can have their habiliments back the next day by noon, so long as they drop them off by 9 a.m., allowing a single suit to go from mud-wrestling uniform to interview wear within about a day.
Dryeco Green Cleaners believes that the pursuit of clean shirts, blouses, and spring scarves shouldn't make the atmosphere a smudgy mess. Environmental kinship extends starts with the GreenEarth process of non-toxic cleaning agents that deliver a deep clean without color fading or fabric shrinking and never poison adorable dachshunds. All solvents and degreasers are safe for the environment and safe to the bodies that don their fresh frocks. Dryeco also supplies its customers with a pair of free laundry bags that bypass disposable plastic satchels, and all cleaned goods are delivered in packaging that is partially degradable or made from post-consumer products.
Named 2010 "Best Hair Salon" in Tennessee Valley by CityVoter and in the 2009 Huntsville Times' Reader's Choice Awards, Salon Allure shapes, soothes, and shears tresses with a talented team of designers and Redken shampoos and products. A women's haircut and style ($29 and up) tames hair beasts, a foil treatment ($75 and up) highlights strands with accuracy, and a gloss or glaze ($30 and up) makes hair as shiny as a new penny covered in baby oil.
Inside four Miami-Dade-area locations, Klinit Cleaners?s staffers spruce up domestic textiles of all sorts. They systematically remove smells and stains from sweaters, suits, and coats during dry cleaning treatments, or wash, dry, and fold other laundry by the pound. In addition to cleaning clothes, staffers also tailor hems, replace buttons, and repair shoes worn down by never-ending games of Red Rover. Customers can pick up their newly rejuvenated garments in-store, or arrange for complimentary delivery.
Give Good Works, which the Miami New Times named Best Secondhand Store in 2009, equips customers with an ever-changing array of lightly used vintage clothing items, antique and modern housewares, and one-of-a-kind treasures. Volunteers at the accredited 501(c)(3) charitable organization diligently stock the shelves with items including books ($2.50), designer handbags ($9.75+), and DVDs ($5.75). Visitors explore the archive of urban relics in search of vinyl LPs ($2.50) to feed home stereo systems. Vintage clothing items ($9.75+) allow wearers to infuse their wardrobes with classic style, and designer shoes cloak toes in modernity like a foot rub from an astronaut. A selection of kitchen instruments allows homeowners to stock up on necessities, and children's clothing items ($1) and linens ($5.75) keep patrons stocked with backup supplies for growing kids and beds. Give Good Works funds a variety of community services with proceeds from sales.
When big dreamer Jason Loeb decided to open a dry-cleaners, he wasn’t content with the impersonal pickup and drop-off system of traditional shops. Instead, he dreamed up a full-service production that not only offered advanced, effective and eco-friendly cleaning services, but complimentary pickup and delivery services as well. Today, his fleet of 10 sky-blue vans traverses the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties, delivery freshly washed and folded items to customers’ homes, yachts, or shells. Back at the shop, an accommodating staff washes garments with DFE-certified green products, while extending its expertise toward a variety of alteration and carpet-cleaning services. The company’s commitment to exceptional service and environmentally friendly practices has won praise from Miami Sun Post’s Business Focus.