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.
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.
Recognized by the Drycleaning & Laundry Institute and Sanitone, Colonial Cleaners is a family-owned operation that's been banishing grime from clients' duds for more than 60 years. With dry-cleaning services, business suits ($9.35) and slacks ($4.70) shed all evidence of office ink-cartridge fights, and dresses ($9.35) emerge ready to drape gams in stainless folds. Patrons can stretch unsullied arms in laundered shirts ($1.99) and sweaters ($4.90), or drop off such specialty fabrics as silk, cashmere, and rugs, which have recently become a hot item in the world of couture fashion. The helpful hands at Colonial Cleaners can also remove the icing from post-wedding cake fights and return wedding gowns pressed and clean. While prices vary depending on the gown, cleaning services usually range from $50 to $250 and may cost more. Items typically await retrieval after three days.
Nabbing a 2011 Talk of the Town award for customer satisfaction, the garment de-gunkers at Champion Cleaners and Tuxedo Rentals continue their 61-year tradition of stellar service. Experts gently purify full suits, dresses, and coats ($11 each) and return delicate sweaters ($3.75) to mint Cosby condition. Individual suit pieces ($5.50 each)—such as pants, shirts, and jackets—compare notes with the vestigial garment colloquially known as the vest ($4.25). Dry cleaners revive threads Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Though additional services are not included in this deal, Champion also offers alterations, tuxedo rentals, wedding-gown preservation, and zipper repairs.
Seven days a week, Duds ‘n Suds and Reynolds resonate with the gentle hum of their fleet of coin-operated washers and driers. Customers can manually cleanse their dirty apparel and towels or drop off laundry by the pound at the Duds ‘n Suds location to be washed, dried, and folded by the laundromats’ expertly trained staff. Customers waiting for freshly washed or dried articles can sip on complimentary coffee or place bets on how many tootsie pops it takes to fill a dryer.
Frontier Bootery's leather specialists rejuvenate worn leather with cleaning and repair services, striving to finish each job within a day. Their retail space stocks everything from leather motorcycle apparel and gloves to name-brand Western boots, jackets, and belts and men, women, and kids. The skilled team shines in the realm of leather furniture refinishing.