The experienced cleaners at Kapasi Dry Cleaning and Laundry have a soft touch. As they refresh fabrics from homes and closets, they take care to handle each article with utmost care, even as they direct their cleaning prowess on tough stains and daily grime. They demonstrate their gentle handiwork not only by cleaning, folding, and delivering orders, but also by protecting the environment with ecofriendly cleaning products.
Providing full-service dry cleaning to the Orange County area since 1950, Kona Cleaners has tidied more than a semi-century worth of suits, space suits, jeans, space jeans, pope robes, dresses, and sticky gorilla costumes. Prices vary by location; pants, on average, cost $5.35, a dress is $9.96, and shirts run around $2.65. Specializing in cleaning unusual materials such as caviar sequins and bread-bowl hats, Kona also expertly performs alterations ($10 average for a pant hem) and employs environmentally conscious cleaning methods. Their use of wet cleaning when possible and high-tech cleaning equipment is buttressed by a sophisticated sorting system and a well-trained staff that ensures each garment is restored to its fresh-off-the-particle-assembler condition.
The garment groomers at Corner Cleaners lift stubborn stains from an array of clothing and bedspreads, returning them to their owners in speedy fashion. Staff members restore shirts ($3.95) to a state of crispness, banish mustard stains from pants ($3.95), and gussy up jackets ($5) for dinner parties, work events, and semiformal prison breaks. Alternatively, dingy comforters receive new life after undergoing a thorough washing or crisp and clean dry cleaning. Corner Cleaners typically launders garments and comforters within three days, although clothes dropped off before 11 a.m. can receive same-day turnaround (not valid for comforters) and a postwash Brazilian blowout.
Dry Clean Club is a GreenEarth cleaning affiliate, which enables members to stop worrying about destroying the Earth's environment and focus on destroying the tiny stain civilizations that colonize their finest garments. Dress shirts can be laundered for $1.75, and most dry cleaning services are under $4. Obliterate outposts of filthiness inhabiting pants, shirts, skirts, and sweaters for $4, or take on large specialty items such as sequined items and maxi-dresses for $5.25 and up. Winter coats, raincoats, overcoats, and other coats that aren't attached to an animal start at $11.25, whereas comforters are recomfortized starting at $28.
The young crew behind ONEHOPE Wine believes wine can do more than dance with flavor and stain frocks fashioned from fine white camel hair. Each bottle has been instilled with beauty and a rich taste to complement its selflessness. One ONEHOPE gift box yields one bottle each of California merlot, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, zinfandel, and sauvignon blanc ($120 for gift box or $18.99 each). The 2009 merlot is aged in a combination of French and American oak barrels, resulting in flavors of toasty spice and a versatile drinkability.