MPress Cleaners's pickup and delivery service gives overworn garments a vacation, returning them home fresh and folded after a bone-dry washing. Chase lint-pillaging dirt pirates out of Port Cotton with a waterless wipedown, leaving pants ($6.78), men's dress shirts ($2.07), dresses ($10.90), sweaters ($6.13), comforters ($19.99), and other vestments ready to wear. In-store service is also available, allowing textile trailblazers to drop off their clothes, then return later to find their garments scent- and residue-free. This deal is for dry cleaning only and must be redeemed in one use.
Since Jim and Mike Amore opened Jet Cleaners in 1956, the place has become a rite of passage not only for Mike Amore Jr., who worked there as a teen and now represents the third generation of his family's business, but for New Haven residents. The company's Facebook page fondly catalogs photos of staff through the decades, occasionally noting the growth of their careers and families, or marking their passing. The good feelings are mutual, as the community voted Jet Cleaners Elm City's Best Dry Cleaner and Tailor in 2011. Voting with their dollars, the Yale Repertory Theater and Yale Medical School entrust Amore and his team with their costumes and lab coats, a practice begun after hearing the school's dean relied on them to starch his upper lip. A light touch with these delicate materials extends to refreshing heirloom quilts and wedding gowns, as well as tailoring suits. Free weekly pickup and delivery services save trips to the cleaner's modernist building on State Street, which is instantly recognizable not only for its austere design but also for the garden flourishing within its glass walls.
E-Z Clean Laundromat's cadre of savvy textile technicians ousts filth from fabrics and expunges gunk from cherished threads with a multitude of laundry services, including wash, dry, and fold; tailoring; and dry cleaning. Purify pants or magically change the shade of a dingy shirt with wash and dry services ($0.90/lb.). E-Z Clean will return garments washed and folded to customer specifications, including elegant and intricate denim cranes and polyester airplanes. Free pickup and delivery services are also offered to aid customers in their nonwavering staring contests with hampers.
What began as a tailor shop more than a century ago evolved into Cleaning by Frederick’s, a chain of dry-cleaning outposts certified by the Department of Environmental Conservation for their environmentally conscious techniques. Cleaning by Frederick’s technicians employ decades of experience as they clean shirts, pants, and dresses, and gently remove stains embedded in delicate suedes, leathers, bridal gowns, and space suits. Most locations have a full-time tailor who can do alternations, and patrons can drop off their garments or arrange pickup and delivery service.
The owners of Big Z Cleaners, Twin City Dry Cleaners, & Squeeky's Cleaners & Laundromat wash and dry-clean garments with environmentally friendly practices and a keen eye for detail honed over a span of 40 years. After dry-cleaning silk blouses, suits, or dress shirts stained with business-related marinara sauce, specialists press collars and cuffs and preserve their shapes with a customizable dose of starch. The team also carefully executes wash, dry, and fold services that conclude with exemplary folding and placement on hangers.