Warriors of Wresting hosts high-flying acrobatics and punishing choke holds as roster of characters vie for the championship. Fans from across the tri-state region revel as faces and heels step in the ring for one on one or tag team gauntlet matches. The animosity and energy spills into all characters of this close-knit fighting world, as fans watch the shifting loyalties and blood feuds develop over the course of monthly live event.
Wash Club NYC purges dirt and grime from clothing using organic and biodegradable detergents. The eco-friendly launderers also employ high-efficiency washers and dryers and provide reusable bags for repeat customers. Clients can hire the green grime-fighters to scrub a selection of their everyday wear ($0.85/lb.), spruce up a pair of sneakers ($5), and prepare comforters for upcoming chilly nights ($15+) with their wash-and-fold services. Patrons choose the specific day for pickup and, after removing food stains, offensive odors, and Canadian nickels, Wash Club NYC will return fresh garments within 24 hours. Meanwhile, dry-cleaning services meticulously cleanse shirts ($1.75), blouses ($4.50), dresses ($9+), and suits ($8+). For both services customers can add special instructions, such as whether to use fabric softener on a treasured T-shirt and how to deep-clean a star-dust-covered jet pack.
The friendly staff of AAA Organic Dry Cleaners whisks bags of dirty duds away for quick cleaning before returning them to their rightful owners. Revivify two-piece suits for both ladies and gents ($10) or prepare for a pantless affair by cleaning a suit jacket or blazer alone ($6.50). Just-unpacked winter-wear benefits from a thorough sweater cleaning ($4.95+), readying them to be worn atop freshly finessed ladies' blouses ($4.95+). Dresses sing a twirly tune after stain-busting ($10), allowing the wearer to display stems in style. Dress shirts can be laundered and pressed ($1.75) or dry-cleaned ($4.50), creating office wear as crisp as a Granny Smith apple costume. Customers can also hem errant edges ($12+) to further upgrade ensembles and allow the captains of clean to scale laundry mountains with wash-and-fold services ($1/lb.; 10-lb. minimum).
The staff of Pure Cleaners tends to clothes, furniture, and homes with aplomb, ensuring that patrons can walk through clean hallways to sit on clean armchairs while wearing clean pants. Dry cleaners resuscitate sullied garments, either waiting for owners to drop off items or arriving at doorways throughout Manhattan to tote them away. Pure Cleaners' maid service sends technicians wielding pet-friendly products into bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens across the island.
Bridge Cleaners & Tailors is a family-run, environmentally friendly business committed to utterly obliterating the fabric-based cares and woes of its customers. Its specialty dry-cleaning methods enable Bridge to treat any garment, including fastidious furs and leathergoods. Renew a sweater, skirt, shirt, or blouse to pristine condition starting at $8, or launder a dress for $16 and up. Similarly, men's or women's two-piece suits get spicked and spanned for $16 and up, while two-piece dresses and men's three-piece suits are freshified starting at $22. Pants yourself and de-filthify your trousers for $7.50, or prepare for winter by cleaning your coat for $19 before filling its pockets with nourishing acorns. Specialty items are priced by the garment, so bring in unique items for pricing or call with an intricately detailed description and fictional back-story.
World Class Cleaners' cleansing concierges place stains and soils on permanent vacation with dry-cleaning services. Relieve rundown wardrobes of their dilapidated duds and revive blouses, shirts, and sweaters ($10 and up), or free men's and women's suits ($22 and up) of burrs from copier dust and accounting tumbleweeds. To restore outerwear to indoor levels of cleanliness, take in full coats ($28 and up), restoring the winter workhorses beset by salt, snow, and snowman graffiti. In addition to cleaning full body coverings, World Class Cleaners also fixes up natty necks, giving scarves and ties ($10 and up) a thorough once-over before releasing them back to their throat-embracing duties.