The friendly clothing cleansers at Martinizing Dry Cleaning have been scrubbing enrobements in an eco-friendly manner since upgrading to new GreenEarth technology. Get blouses ($4.88), slacks ($4.88), and golf shirts ($3.99) cleaned, freshly dried, and folded, with services also available for plain dresses ($10.08+), as well as sports coats and blazers ($5.49). The noble employees will confront any stain with strong words and all the dirt-scattering ammo in their arsenal, ensuring garments return to customers soft, clean, and smelling like pastoral Latvian pancake houses.
M&R's team of experienced roofers is adept at restoring luster and prolonging the lives of any sullied shingles. During their visit, the trained technicians apply a nontoxic, organic treatment designed to dispatch grime, pollution, bacteria, mold, mildew, and rogue Frisbees from befouled roofs. The treatment prolongs the life of the roof by cutting down on rotten happenings, which also improves the home's overall curb appeal. Safe for roofs and surrounding greenery, the cleansing fluids are distributed via hoses—rather than high-pressure washers—that rinse the surface without ravaging the structure.
Not only is Sweet Lola Yogurt Bar an "antidote to the antiseptic Pinkberrys of the world," according to Lonely Planet, it's also "the most adorable place in Houston"—or so gushes a Houston Press blogger. Like a worn-in powdered wig, the cozy shop exudes a shabby-chic French aesthetic, with bright pastel colors complementing cream-colored wooden furniture and shelves full of jarred candy and homey gifts. Sweet Lola's seasonal fro-yo flavors are equally adorable, boasting names such as "dreamy chocolate," "merri mint," and "blush," a combination of cherry and almond. Each creamy spoonful tickles taste buds with probiotic flavor sweetened with cane sugar and free of corn syrup or additives. A small but dependable selection of artisanal toppings crowns frozen creations with peanut-butter croutons and cookie crumble.
In 1901, John Shelton took his first job: working at a local dry-cleaning business. That proved to be a fateful step for both him and for future generations of his family. It turned out that John had a knack for the business, and so he opened his own stores. Then John's son inherited those stores, and further revised the business model. He developed a single-price dry-cleaning model, offering one price point for any item that customers brought in. That methodology has proven popular?from San Diego, where the Shelton family founded their business, to Houston, Indianapolis, and beyond.
The staff at Regency Cleaners wants the environment to stay as immaculate as the shirts, dresses, and suits that emerge from its facility. As part of that effort, cleaners employ a textile dry-cleaning machine that's specifically designed to battle stains with nontoxic and odor-free solvents. In addition to this eco-friendly process, the staff launders everyday garments and preserves wedding gowns for a lifetime of being worn by the family's pets on Halloween. And if cleaners notice damage on a jacket or pair of pants, they can repair the item and make the necessary alterations.
Pilgrim Cleaners offers a host of convenient locations and a comprehensive cleaning approach that refreshes garments and can extend their closet lives well into their golden years. Cleaners pore over your clothes before pouring solvent over them, identifying traces of wiper fluid and the fingerprints of clinging tarsiers. Pilgrim's two-bath process cleans clothes tenderly, applying distilled solvent to leave them looking as new and crisp as a gangster baby's three-piece suit. Attentive and always-diligent dry cleaners then step in to hand-finish the job, canvassing garments for misplaced buttons and uranium stains. As with all dry cleaning and mustache trimming services, prices vary according to the size of the job, ranging from $1.89 for men's shirts, $9.99 for dresses, and $11.99 for overalls.