Recipient of the Governor's Award for Pollution Prevention and Sustainable Practices, Corry's CO2 Dry Cleaning reanimates slumping shirts and sagging slacks with chemical- and odor-free jolts of revivifying carbon dioxide. Banishing noxious solvents to the dustbin of dry-cleaning history, Corry's sends limp linens for a gentle tumble in cleaning drums that are packed with pressurized carbon dioxide, best known for its work as a soft-drink bubble bolsterer and chief rocket propellant of mouse space programs. Corry's saves soiled shirts and blouses ($6.50 each), dilapidated suits ($13.25+), dusty dusters ($18.95), and more, leaving well-rested apparel ready to accept new wear or a dashing tuxedo's invitation to closet prom.
The stain-eliminating staff at Aloha Cleaners eschews the harsh chemicals of conventional dry cleaning to extricate grime and stains from clothing and fabrics in a nontoxic manner. Every soiled blouse ($9.95), slept-in sock ($2.50/lb.), or anthropomorphic pair of slacks ($9.95) that wanders through the door tastes a helping of “green” nontoxic hydrocarbon dry-cleaning agent that gently sloughs away stains to render garments as fragrant as rose water distilled from angel's wings. Other items that can awaken from their crud comas include comforters ($30–$50), overcoats ($20.95), and tablecloths ($30). The courteous cleaners at Aloha generally finish orders by the next day, though same-day service is available. A free pickup and delivery service for all locations saves patrons the trouble of navigating the city's maze of municipal garden mazes, with a staff member whisking away and returning laundry to home doors.
Executive Dry Cleaners' professional garment purifiers free nice attire of grime at their Belltown outpost. Their hands-on, water-free treatment erases stains and signs of everyday wear from the fibers of tops, bottoms, and dresses, and their wash-and-fold services clean up piles of laundry while clients run errands or mud wrestle in their favorite overcoat.
The garment gurus at Clean Green Revolution spruce up sullied strands with an earth-friendly hydrocarbon-based solvent that freshens fabrics without staining the ozone, soil, or conscience. Banish dirt and fondue stains from an array of attire soiled from late-night laundry soirees, including blouses ($5.80–$8.50), shirts ($1.75), and suits ($15.50). Although soaking sooty clothing in inorganic fertilizers and drying them over the engines of gas guzzling tractors is a difficult habit to break, Clean Green Revolution makes switching to eco-friendly practices easy and convenient with a complimentary pick-up and delivery service available in select areas. This Mother Earth–pleasing business also uses a PERC-free process.
A certified EnviroStar business, Lapels Dry Cleaning's professional staff purifies prized fabrics and valuable wedding gowns with environmentally friendly practices. Customers can drop off sullied sweaters ($7.45), pants ($7.95), blazers ($9.95), skirts ($8.45), or revolutionary sans-culottes for a cleansing encounter with energy-efficient LED lights and an odorless, nontoxic solvent. Lapels' cleaners drape fabrics on recycled hangers and wrap patron's threads in reusable garment bags ($10). Wedding dresses ($225–$275) receive postnuptial cleaning with a thorough purifying that avoids compromising the garment's delicate structure. Prompt service allows clients to freshen apparel for last-minute occasions or return a neighbor’s emergency parachute without anyone noticing.
The cleansmiths at National Drycleaners transform garments from dingy to dazzling with environmentally friendly practices seven days a week, earning them a five-star EnviroStars rating. Clean-clothes seekers can drop off mustard-splattered sweaters ($11.55 each), stress-stained business suits ($20.77 each), skirts ($11.99 each), and polka-dotted blazers ($12.25 each), secure in the knowledge that the garb will get meticulously spruced up on-site. Customers who prefer water-based washing can have dress shirts laundered ($2.99 each).