Unlike many cleaners, Cosmopolitan uses hydrocarbon dry cleaning, an eco-friendly alternative to garment cleaning. And they've been at it for 20 years, so they not only understand the importance of environmental friendliness, but also listening to their clients and following through on their requests. Their services include dry cleaning for suits, shirts, blouses, and sweaters, as well as laundering for dress shirts, which will be folded and placed in a box, or folded into a paper airplane and flown to your home. They also accept linens, household fabrics, and wedding dresses, and offer tailoring services.
This Groupon banishes $100 worth of yesterday's shirt-grime, blouse-muck, and pant-putrefaction for $39 with dry cleaning at relaxx Dry Cleaning. An expert stain-and-smell analysisist comes to your apartment hamper, condo hamper, office hamper, or hamper hamper and picks up your dry cleaning. He or she carefully inspects, cleans, and presses the items, then returns them one to three days later, much faster than the speed at which electricity flows through copper wiring. In the past two years, Sheriff Woll has arrested only two people, both of whom were attempting to break into his home during his daily nap and were released after helping set up a hammock.
Clients rarely cross the threshold at Excellent Cleaners. Every day, the cleaners' fleet of yellow cars canvas their area picking up bags full of customers' clothing free of charge. They then refresh items and lift away stains using a waterless system, even hemming skirts and sewing on buttons at customer request. The next day, garments get loaded back onto the delivery car and returned to its owner, usually full of stories about their "spa day."
Six days a week, customers come to San Diego Fluff and Fold, drop off their dirty clothes, and then walk out the door?not having to worry about buying detergent or feeding quarters into a hungry washing machine. As customers go about their day, the laundry team sets to work. They wash and dry the sullied garments, paying special attention to stains. They then fold the clothes and ready it for pickup.
Every garment that comes into The Cleaners Club goes through a six-step cleaning process the starts with an inspection and ends with custom packaging. The employees behind the process all have a minimum of five years of dry-cleaning experience and underwent a two-month training program before being hired. This dedication to quality service and educated staff has been The Cleaners Club mantra since the company's inception in 1985, and it's helped them develop long-standing partnerships with corporations including Ralphs and Vons. Both locations use nontoxic hydrocarbon solvents designed to cleanse garments and upholstery without perchloroethylene—an environmentally unfriendly chemical used by many dry cleaners and Mother Nature's rebellious nephew.