Dry Clean Super Center’s experts are as conscientious as they are timely. Technicians clean, starch, and press clothing at six different locations, customizing services to suit special requests, and offer same-day turnaround for dry-cleaned items brought in before 9 a.m. Beyond offering basic cleaning of delicate clothing items, comforters, curtains, and leather, on-staff tailors can also perform basic alterations, taking in too-big suits or stretching leg warmers into sweaters for pet snakes.
A Fort Worth fixture for five decades, Cowboy Cleaners deploys its finest dry-cleaning methods to tidy up clients’ clothing. At five locations, staffers excise stains from suits, ties, jeans, and dresses with ease and swiftness. Household items also receive a thorough dirt purging, leaving comforters to once again swaddle their owners and tablecloths to stop tempting guests to play connect the dots with their stains.
Starchies Cleaners’ friendly staff keeps frocks and other festoonery spick-and-span with a spread of scrubbing services. Choose to de-stain sullied garments, such as men’s sweaters ($3.49), women’s dresses ($3.99), or long lab coats with Bunsen-burner-shaped stains ($5.75). Besides bestowing clothing with a refreshingly crisp appearance, Starchies also tends to household dresswear, including queen comforters ($24.99) and bed shams ($3.25). For an additional $3.99 fee, orders of more than $15 can be delivered to a busy customer or clothed inanimate object.
The suds specialists at Bright Cleaners liberate garments from their layers of grime in a variety of laundry and dry-cleaning services. Starting with a careful examination of each textile, staffers treat dress shirts ($1.69), pants ($2.89), blazers ($3.99), and dresses ($12+) with a process that is tenacious enough to remove stains, but gentle enough to leave apparel mildly ticklish. Customers can also opt to have nuptial artifacts ushered safely into the future with wedding gown preservation services. In four to six weeks, dresses will be dry cleaned, hand-pressed, and folded into a container designed to maintain the gown's form. Acid-free tissue paper ensures no discoloration over time, and a sturdy outer casing protects delicate threads during transportation or use as the sail of a makeshift raft.
Alexandra Hintz’s hair helpers are only an arm’s length away inside Neely O’Hair. They include a gleaming pair of scissors, bowls of hair color, and bottles of Aquage, Redken, and Pureology products. They aid in the creation of trendy manes while clients relax in the eclectic salon, complete with abstract artwork and a babbling wall-mounted fountain.