GreenStreets Cleaners uses more eco-friendly dry-cleaning solvents than traditional formulas. Although, because even these greener solvents release hydrocarbon by-products, GreenStreets goes the extra mile by using machines that capture and store all of the hydrocarbons until a licensed recycling company can neutralize them. The business’s commitment to environmental responsibility doesn’t stop there. Wash-and-fold laundry services get clothes clean with a plant-derived laundry detergent made exclusively from sprouts that live long and happy lives before they are harvested. Clients who return their plastic dry-cleaning bags and wire hangers get a 10-cent credit for the eco-friendly practice, and all of the company’s delivery services are furnished by fuel-efficient vehicles.
Enlightened Views' owner, Bart Draper, helms a crew of technicians that diligently deterges residential windows and unclogs gutters. During the window-cleaning service, cleaners arrive at the home clad in protective shoe covers to keep surrounding areas clean as they thoroughly cleanse interior windows and sills of dirt, debris, and last season's apple pies’ crusts. Gunky screens emerge unencumbered after the staffers meticulously rinse and dry their surfaces. A pristine cleaning clears up exterior glass, and technicians carefully scour frames and tracks so windows can be opened and shut without cranking the car jack.
Well Pressed retrieves soiled garments from homes and offices, treats them with eco-safe chemicals, and returns them to their owners spic and span. Undeterred by sweat, grease, or the ink of giant squids, the laundering squad removes scents and stains with biodegradable, water-based solvents. Load dirty dresses ($9.55), suits ($12.70/2-piece), and sweaters ($5.95) into a complimentary bag, bring the bag to work, and hand it off to the friendly tidying team, which visits twice a week. Well Pressed also cleans bulky items such as down pillows ($10.50), sleeping bags ($21), and duvet covers ($26/king or queen), and honors most special requests, such as clothes seeking spot treatments, unconventional creases, or long-term life coaching. Consult the Well Pressed price list for the full rundown of payment options and per-item charges.
PurpleTie bathes and repairs body sheaths with a laundry list of environmentally friendly services with the option of pick-up and delivery from the home or office. The accommodating staff dry cleans dirt, grime, and stains from physique trimmings such as jackets ($6.99 home/$5.99 work), sweaters ($5.99/$5.49), and dresses ($9.99/$8.99). Tricky materials such as silk, leather, and stardust also receive deft and delicate treatment. Conventional laundry services are available for pieces such as hung cotton shirts ($2.19/$1.99) and jeans ($5.99/$5.49), as well as mending and alteration for shoddy shoes, distressed purses, and even eyeglasses in need of a tune-up.
Clean Green Carpets’ IICRC-certified technicians go about their work with hot steam extraction and Procyon's eco-friendly cleaning solution. Procyon doesn't have any odors, VOCs, toxins, or harsh cleaning chemicals, making it safe for the whole family, including furry friends such as Robin Williams. And because it’s soap-free, it doesn’t leave behind a sticky residue that attracts more dirt and grime immediately after a cleaning.
To ensure a thorough job, the technicians use a seven-step process that starts with a walk through, a vacuum, and a pre-spray. Then comes a deep cleaning and a hot steam extraction that's low in moisture to allow for faster drying. Finally, it's time to apply protectant, groom the carpet, and step back to celebrate the downfall of pet odors and allergy-causing dust mites.
The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.