The launders at Laundry Locker expedite the laundry process with a patent-pending futuristic locker system that eats your clothing and digests it to its cleanest and best-pressed best. Eco-friendly cleaning practices protect and restore the clothing you drop off in a Laundry Locker laundry cubby. Bring in your dirty clothes, take your locker key, and register your order by text or online before receiving a text or email letting you know your clean wares are ready for pickup in the same location. Lockers come in varying sizes to fit a large sack of laundry, hanging dry cleaning, or a stack of your freshly folded T-shirts.
The skilled technicians at Sonia's Dry Cleaners restore sullied shirts and pantsuits to store-fresh conditions, protecting clothes as well as the environment with GreenEarth cleaning solutions free of perchloroethylene and hydrocarbons. In addition to purifying textile pores and decoding hieroglyphic messages on Christmas sweaters, Sonia's Dry Cleaners sews patches onto tattered jeans and performs custom alterations to ensure a perfect fit. Understanding that not all wardrobes consist entirely of cotton and other easily washable materials, the technicians also specialize in the care of leather garments, purses, and wedding gowns.
Committed to truly green practices, Blu White Cleaners freshens up soiled duds with chemical-free wet-cleaning processes that deodorize and clean finicky fabrics. Using biodegradable detergents, staffers soak shirts ($1.85–$2.15), pants ($6.50–$7.50), suits ($12.95–$14.95), dresses ($11.95–$14.95) and other garments in a water-based cleaning solution that provides a CEPA-approved alternative to harsh dry-cleaning chemicals that is safe for fabrics too delicate for machine washings or wind scrubbings from busy skydivers. De-soiled duds can be picked up within 72 hours, allowing patrons to keep wardrobes stocked with outfits as sparkling and fresh as a germaphobe's disco ball.
The uniformed techs from Lexie's Window Cleaning have been washing windows and focusing on customer service since the late '80s. Each time they step into a home, they protect furniture and floors from splatters and suds. Outside, they ascend ladders to clean upper stories and pressure wash surfaces such as siding and concrete.
When beginning her own cleaning service, the founder of Greenforce Clean Team wanted to do more than simply tidy up living rooms. Cleaning her client's homes had to go hand-in-hand with keeping the environment healthy, both inside the house and out. This standard of eco-responsibility influences every aspect of the team's methods, including their exclusive use of biodegradable, nontoxic products and the purchase of carbon credits to offset their gas usage. Their dedication to eco-friendly cleaning has gained Greenforce the praise of the San Francisco edition of Daily Candy, numerous corporate clients, and squirrels that leave thank-you notes carved in acorns.
Named for chef Amanda Michael's daughter, Jane opened its doors on February 7, 2011. Here are some reasons the artisanal bakery has quickly become a neighborhood favorite: