With more than 35 years of dirt-expunging experience, Ann's Cleaners' staff renews wear-weary clothes with dry-cleaning and laundry services. Clients can apply $20 in dry-cleaning credit to return the affections of torso-hugging shirts ($4.95) and clean entire spilled Thanksgiving dinners out of the inseams of jeans ($4.95). The absterging team can unstiffen formal dresses ($18.50) or erase pull-over sweaters’ ($3.50) autumn debris, such as crushed leaves. Trios of two-piece suits emerge from a dry bath pristine for interviews, parties, and volleyball tournaments hosted by spies, and comforters return to their beds fluffy, cleansed, and cozily warm from the dryer.
Slip 'n' slides, sprinklers, and wading pools—playing in the water is fun as long as it’s done outdoors. When puddles start to form in the middle of the living-room carpet, that’s when Tulsa metro residents call on the IICRC–certified techs of Caldwell's Carpet Cleaning & Restoration. For more than 15 years, they’ve promptly arrived to provide 24/7 emergency water extraction and drying services for carpets and building structures. For non-emergency cleaning needs, their techs come out five days a week to gussy up carpets and upholstery, removing stains and odors from smoke and pets with pre-conditioners, steam extraction, and deodorizers. For fibers worn down by the heavy foot track of annual indoor marathons, their teams also perform repair and re-stretching services.
Nail polish. Red wine. Paint. Coffee. Ink. Even the most stubborn stains are no match for the technicians at Pro Steamers, who use hot wisps of steam to clean carpets in a way that's as gentle as it is environmentally friendly. They clean carpets and upholstery for both residential and commercial clients, locking in newfound freshness with a layer of Scotchgard, which repels and blocks future stains without embarrassing carpets by making them wear bibs. To further spruce up spaces, they also clean air ducts, scour grout and tiles, and restore areas that have water or fire damage.
For more than 30 years, Bob Heath has been honing his window-cleaning techniques, eventually deciding to open his own business specializing in residential windows. Employing window-cleaning tricks picked up over the years, Heath fights grime and streaks with skillful swipes that free panes from water spots and suction-cup Garfields.
Dusty duds and lived-in bedding flock to Park Plaza Cleaners, where cleaners thoroughly unsully fabrics and provide pickup and delivery services to accommodate busy schedules. Men's and women's two-piece suits ($11 each) emerge free from the stains and condiment splashes left over after intense power-lunch food fights, and polo shirts ($4.50) emerge crisp and spotless. Catering to customers' everyday dry-cleaning needs, soapsmiths remove unfortunate marks from men's shirts ($5.50), women's skirts ($5.50), and children's report cards. Comforters of any size and shape prepare for long winter nights with an exfoliating treatment that leaves them pillowy and fresh. While Park Plaza Cleaners welcomes clients to any of its locations, a complimentary home-delivery system allows the dedicated staff to whisk away soil-laden garments and return them with haste.
Dry Clean Super Center accommodates cleaning and laundering needs for a wide raiment range. On-the-go guests can grace clean pants, sweaters, blouses, and most other items with the same tender care they're too busy providing to others to give to themselves. Rely on a dry-cleaned and freshly pressed suit instead of typo-riddled resumés or ill-timed knock-knock jokes to stand out during upcoming job interviews ($10; price may vary by item). Women may get their best Sunday dress clean enough to showcase at dinner parties, theater outings, and the remaining six days of the week (up to $20).