North Pointe Cleaners' dry cleaning doyens, who have keen eyes for garment labels spouting cleaning specifications, have domesticated a state-of-the-art 65-pound dry-cleaning machine designed to refurbish weatherworn wardrobes. Like the world’s largest tilt-o-whirl laundry rack, North Pointe Cleaners can handle a wide spectrum of garments ranging from skirts ($5.99 each) and pants ($5.95 each) to sweaters ($5.95 each) and evening gowns ($19.95+). Enlist these friendly staffers to expunge last winter’s smudgy fingerprints from coats ($11.95+) or restore sport jackets ($6.95 each) and two-piece suits ($11.95 each) to a dapper state after executive-level food fights at the office.
The staff at Martinizing Dry Cleaning apply top-notch cleaning techniques to clothes and dispense their extensive knowledge to all customers. Get suits, dress shirts, and down jackets cleaned and dried, or have the cleaners sweep away stains, sweat, and teddy bear-size shoe prints from a comforter. Raincoats can find reprieve from damp days, and down coats are aired out and aptly prepped to face snowy ahead. The employees at Martinizing ensure garments return to customers soft, clean, and smelling fresh.
The staff at Sylvia's Cleaners can skillfully decode the washing instructions on any clothing tag. For example, they know that "Dry Clean Only" doesn't mean the garment shouldn't get wet, but that it is made of delicate fabric that could easily ruin in most home washers. Their ability to read between the lines also helps them select eco-friendly cleaning methods that replace harsh chemicals with biodegradable solutions, temperature-controlled water, and advanced machines. They dry-clean and launder all items in-house, and can handle specialty items such as wedding dresses and fine linens made from leather, suede, or Rapunzel's silky hair. For the customer's convenience, they also offer pickup and delivery service.
Dubin Cleaners & Laundry is owned and operated by third-generation dry cleaners Andy and Sandy Dubin. Andy’s close friend Stuart Zack runs the front the of store and coordinates pickups and deliveries, and manager Doris Davis always leaves one meticulous eye locked on the hand-finishing of garments. Experienced stain fighters clean all types of clothing on-site, hand-processing each garment and using only pure solvents to keep threads looking crisp after a messy session of moat-digging in the front yard. Customers come and go on busy Saturdays as they drop off designer fashions, wedding gowns, table linens, and sheets for on-site flatwork, and enjoy complimentary coffee and donuts.
All-Star Dry Cleaners may be known for removing stains from shirts and pants, but they do a pretty good job of keeping the environment clean, too. The company's skilled technicians use only eco-friendly, non-toxic solvents that are as gentle on the Earth's atmosphere as they are on your skin. And these guys don't just clean basic cotton; virtually no item of clothing is turned away, whether it's a suede jacket or a leather spacesuit. All-Star also offers free pickup and delivery, leaving you more time to finish your other errands.
The fabric experts at Houdini’s Cleaners meticulously attend to sartorial details. They dry-clean delicate fabrics such as wool, leather, and silk, rendering them spotless and odor-free. They also press creases into trousers and collars for crisp, flattering lines, as well as repair sagging hemlines and snags. Additionally, Houdini’s Cleaners offers same-day service and a 24-hour drop box, making it even more feasible to mud wrestle during lunch breaks.