The crew at Sunset Hills Cleaners ousted grime from its first garment in 1968. Today, a litany of services pampers soiled textiles. Odorless dry cleaning purifies sensitive fabrics, letting the gentle rustle and hush of textiles fill the shop as staff hand finishes and presses threads. Javier, the on-staff stain expert, draws upon 22 years of experience in unsullying clothing to extricate evidence of overzealous meals and secret alliances with the Blue Man Group from apparel. A nine-point inspection ensures each garment returns to near factory-issue form, and laundry, alterations, and other services ready even suede, leather, and silk items for rides in the company’s chartreuse delivery vans.
Shirts 'N' Skirts' friendly staff of garment-cleaning technicians deodorize duds, evict stains, and alter ill-fitting hemlines with eco-friendly cleaning methods, offering free pickup and delivery for homes within 5 miles of one of the store's locations. Using state-of-the-art products and machinery, these thread techs disinfect, steam, and press clothes to leave them neater than Mr. Clean's accounting ledger. They'll expunge pants ($4.95) and shirts ($4.75) of lingering odors, hem up elongated pants ($12), or shine ($6) and restore heels ($12) on aging shoes. Garments make their way back into their owner's care within 24 hours, ready to fill up closet space like a skeleton soiree.
Flair Cleaners expunges grime and beautifies wardrobes with a full array of textile-coddling services. The shop’s eco-sensitive dry cleaning safely freshens pants ($6.25 and up), skirts (from $6.25), suits (from $14.15), and cherished childhood Scarface snuggle blankets, leaving fabric friends sparkling and unharmed. Wedding dresses receive tender care at the hands of Flair Cleaners’ cloth cognoscenti, and an acid-free storage box ensures each gown's continued pristine condition. Skilled tailors stand at the ready to perform alterations and repairs. Flair Cleaners, with more than 50 years in business, further adheres to its green philosophy by offering recycling programs for customers’ hangers and plastic garment bags. Customers can opt to escort garments home inside the recyclable, washable Better Bag ($6 for one, $10 for two), ensuring protection from rain, asteroids, and roving mannequins on the hunt for new threads.