The dirt vanquishers at Bridgestone Dry Cleaners expel spots from everyday duds and tenderly care for wardrobe items that require special attention with nontoxic, eco-friendly GreenEarth cleaning treatments. In valid areas, cheerful launderers pick up soiled garments from homes, places of business, and recreational submarines, and then ship them to a suds emporium to inspect them for dirt and fabric ghosts. After locating troublesome trappings on pants, skirts, and blouses ($7.50 each), the cleaners unleash a green liquid-silicone detergent to corral the unsightly spots and banish them to a washroom holding cell. The fabric-friendly formula also spruces sweaters ($8), sport coats ($12), dresses ($12), and two-piece suits ($19.25), and an array of specialty items including wedding dresses and area rugs get extra-special treatment. Once clothes have been spruced and deemed dirt-free, the items will be transported back to the closets or waiting arms of their proud owners. Even though most accouterments can be cleaned for a set price, the prices listed are base prices, and may be affected by special designs, fabric needs, or demands from your clothing's entourage.
Express Cleaners’ customer-focused garment gurus spruce and mend chassis coverings with an array of dry-cleaning and alteration services. With same-day service, time-pressed customers can unload sullied shirts ($3.25–$4.99), blouses ($3.25–$4.99), two-piece suits ($8.50–$10.99), and other articles by 9 a.m., and then return to pick them up on the same day by 5 p.m.
In a boutique styled after a dry cleaner, the staff at Long Island City Kleaners curates a collection of limited-edition tees, designer headwear and shoes, and skate gear lauded by Time Out New York. Shirts protected in plastic dry-cleaning bags flaunt signatures from 21 designers including Acapulco Gold and Mishka, as well as newcomers such as Huf and Whoami?. Men's graphic tees ($20–$34) emblazon pecs with wry slogans and logos, and Montana refillable markers ($9) arm fingers with the power to improve flat surfaces and rainbows bearing factory defects with vibrant, waterproof pigment. Scarlet and green stripes trim the preppy V-neck collar of the Rocksmith Sigma cardigan ($72). Choose a crown from among the minimal ribbed beanies and embroidered caps ($25–$32, on average) designed by 18 haberdashers and one exiled prince, or strap dogs into the regal crimson suede and canvas that make up HUF high-tops ($80).
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A trusted name in New York City dry cleaning, over the decades Cameo Cleaners has accrued many loyal customers including Sotheby's, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and the wardrobe department of the Metropolitan Opera House. Get your own runway fashions and Don Giovanni denim duds tended to with the eco-friendly technology of CO2 dry cleaning. Cameo's clean team can extend the lifetime and amplify the vibrancy of fabrics, with pants ($13.05+), sweaters ($13.67+), suits ($30.20+), and dresses ($30.10+) just some of the garments available for gussying up with the cleaners’ hand-steam finish. All garments are protected by Cameo’s satisfaction guarantee. Stop shrinking your clothes by washing them in hot water in the microwave, and extend the lifespan of your wardrobe with veteran service from Cameo Cleaners. Covered areas are Manhattan below 125th Street, all of Nassau, Long Island City, Forest Hills, Rockaway, Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights, Midwood, and Flatbush.