Since 1988, the deal-hunters at Dry Clean Super Saver have connected customers with a trustworthy network of dry-cleaning and automotive-repair technicians. Armed with easy-to-use punch cards, clients save huge amounts money on dry cleaning and automotive maintenance, the two costliest household expenses after plumbing repair and poltergeist removal. The association of participating cleaners and garages stretches across the country, ensuring that cardholders can remove stains from a dress shirt or change an oil filter wherever they happen to be.
At Hawaii Family Chiropractic Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Toyooka champions the activator technique: rather than “pop” or “crack” clients’ backs to realign bones, he gently applies low-force, localized pressure to problem areas. It’s one of many precise, noninvasive methods that the doctor employs to relieve patients’ back pain.
Before treatments begin, Dr. Toyooka discusses each client’s pain history during a complimentary consultation. He then delves into an in-depth chiropractic exam, which, like finals week at finishing school, may include posture tests. To ensure a speedy recovery, he may also pair his chiropractic treatments with physical-therapy techniques, which can help strengthen core muscles and correct curves in the spine.
Like deleting an umlaut, David's takes the stress out of dry cleaning by providing customers with convenient door-to-door services. After scheduling a free pickup of garments, David's cleans each piece using environmentally friendly methods and delivers the freshly pressed laundry at any location of their customer's choosing, be it a doorstep or old cistern. Reusable and protective green garment bags are provided with every cleaning, so if you won't be home, the garments can be left in a safe location. Reusable hangers are also provided. Shirts can be laundered for $3.60; skirts can be dry cleaned for $8.75; men's and women's slacks can be dry cleaned for $8.40; and rugs cost $3.10-$3.70 per pleat (click here to see the complete price list.) Though carrier pigeons are accepted, scheduling is made easier by calling or registering online.
Seated atop three, four, or five wheels, mobility scooter riders zoom down sidewalks at up to 25 mph in rented steeds from Wiki Wiki Mobility Scooters. Their FDA-approved scooters with come with handlebar steering boast and up to two swivel seats, each equipped with a seatbelt and $2.13 in lost change to prevent head injuries during mid-ride bows. The scooters typically run on battery power, and the shop’s assorted e-bikes run on a cocktail of pedaling and electricity.