Serving the area for more than 35 years, Davig's Custom Cleaners has recently begun using eco-friendly solvents to freshen-up smelly blouses and clean dirt-speckled suits. Submit grubby clothing to the expertise of a Davig's dirt-busting engineer, who’ll happily remove spaghetti stains, coffee spots, or molten-lava marks. Through the use of non-hazardous DrySolv cleaning solution and tender hands, each item of clothing is ensured the utmost care. Stock your wardrobe with nicely pressed skirts ($3.50), stain-free shirts ($4.25), and corsage-less prom vests and jackets ($4). For clients with wardrobe issues beyond cleanliness, Davig's also performs a bevy of other garment-beautifying services, including cleaning draperies, area rugs, and other household items.
The confectionists at Kimmer's Ice Cream churn fresh, flavorful ice cream made in-house daily alongside frozen treats that include cakes and pies. The shop's founder Kimberly Elam honed her confection-crafting chops at Ice Cream University, whose teaching staff includes award-winning dessert experts and Mr. Tastees’s son. The shop's ice-cream repertoire includes dozens of classic and gourmet flavors, from staples such as vanilla and chocolate to more innovative blends infused with peanut butter or caramel and sea salt. Custom ice-cream cakes convey frosting-scrawled messages for children's birthdays or snowman reunions.
We are a dry cleaning and laundry company serving the Western Suburbs of Chicago. Celebrating our 100 year anniversary, we offer conveinent service to individuals and businesses through our 8 store locations and route pickuo and delivery service throughout Chicago's Western Suburbs
Since the Amling family business first sprouted in 1889, it has expanded, put down roots in four locations, and blossomed with a visual style that makes its work distinctive. Same-day delivery service allows customers to send spur-of-the-moment gifts or apologize for drinking the last of that morning's coffee. The florists deliver their fragrant wares to a sprawling list of residences, funeral homes, hospitals, and other facilities, and can send blooms abroad through international shipping.
Klinke Cleaners’ dependable service and lasting commitment to the trade hasn’t gone unnoticed. In the last 30 years, they have won a gold medal in Madison Magazine’s Best of Madison category 29 times. However, before founders Maurice and Trudy Klinke had ever conceived of opening a cleaners, they were the proud owners of Klinke Hatchery, which raised more than 125,000 baby chicks a week. Perhaps the smell given off by thousands of chickens inspired them to seek a less malodorous occupation, because in 1958, they opened the first location of Klinke Cleaners.
In its early days, Klinke Cleaners used Econ-O-Crest dry-cleaning machines—early forerunners of modern dry-cleaning machines—but as the business grew, so did its thirst for new technologies. Soon, the company was installing new equipment nearly as quickly as it could be created, including shirt-finishing stands, drapery-pleating machines, and pants leggers, used to set precise creases in slacks. In 2000, the Klinke family began to consider expansion beyond Madison, leading to a rapid period of growth that culminated in 21 locations across southern Wisconsin and one experimental site at the bottom of Lake Michigan. Its EarthSmart Systems dry-cleaning process uses solvents and machines that are less damaging to the environment, as well as reusable garment bags and hangars to help decrease landfill waste. Most locations also offer a speedy turnaround with drive-thru windows and same-day pickup.