Town & Country, in business since 1969, has an eco-conscious crew of dry cleaners that employ gentle Sanitone and odorless GreenEarth Cleaning processes that brighten whites and revivify colors with minimal damage to the environment. Owners Bill Panepinto and Michael Micciche ensure that sullied coats and parachute pants sparkle once more and return to their owners promptly with free pickup and delivery twice a week. Stained suits ($13.15) recover their unpolluted aura of elegance after a thorough dry clean, and holiday sweaters ($6.25) catch a cool breath of air between ironically themed parties. Dirty dress shirts ($2.79) succumb to a deluge of suds during a laundering service that spruces up colors and leaves fabrics clean and crisp.
The friendly clothing cleansers at Martinizing Dry Cleaning have brought sixty years of scrubbing enrobements to New Yorkers in the new Perinton franchise. The noble employees will confront any stain with strong words and all the dirt-scattering ammo in their arsenal, ensuring your garments return to you soft, clean, and smelling like pastoral Latvian pancake houses. Get blouses (starting at $2.39), slacks (starting at $6.49), and jumpsuits (starting at $13.27) cleaned, freshly dried, and folded, with services also available for leather, suede, and haughty household items. The Department of Natural Resources–partnered environmental dry cleaner will bestow upon you the freshly cleaned garments on recycled hangers, enclosed in recycled bags.
Under the guidance of Brian Schneider—a 25-year veteran of the dry-cleaning industry and third-generation manager of the family-owned cleaning spot—Aladdin Village Cleaners cleanses dirt from clothes, linen, and drapery without harming delicate fibers and colors. Free delivery and pickup whisks fabrics to and from the facility, filled with wet- and dry-cleaning equipment.
Since 1989, the IICRC-certified AAA Spectrum Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning has purified carpets and furnishings at homes and businesses with speedy, thorough cleaning. Two technicians first remove all furniture from two rooms before wielding powerful, truck-mounted hoses to lift stains from sofas and carpet fibers, and tackle challenging flood-damage restoration tasks with all-weather equipment and cleaners. The cleaning also includes scotchguard and deodorizing.