Family-owned since 1929, Mirkins Cleaners takes a modern approach to the art of dry cleaning with eco-friendly methods. Happily tumble in leaf piles knowing Mirkins' stain experts can take down any wayward smudge on sport jackets ($7.50), Ugg boots ($22-28), and lumberjacks' two-piece suits ($14.50). Eco-conscious Mirkins uses an efficient, less-polluting cleaning system and biodegradable garment bags, which it recycles along with hangers and children's encyclopedias. Though not included with this Groupon, Mirkins also offers pick up, delivery, and laundry services.
Belmont Laundry's garment gurus refresh fabrics and gently banish rogue stains with earth-friendly products. Skilled fabric attendants free shirts (up to $2.55/shirt), pants ($7.95), and sweaters ($7.95) of built-up dust pockets and abandoned condiments. As a courtesy, clothing tenders replace buttons lost through Oxford skirmishes and hang or fold shirts depending on their natural bedroom habitats. Free delivery service returns homesick clothes to the office or home twice a week.
A member of the Drycleaning & Laundry Institute, Battiston’s has been maintaining outfit appearances since 1946 with dry-cleaning and restoration services. Battiston’s clothing technicians liberate shirts ($2.70), blouses ($6.25), and pants ($8.25) of built-up dirt particles and the remnants of all-you-can-eat pancake buffets. Prepare sports jackets ($8.25) or two-piece suits ($16.50) for power plays, or win over suspicious dinner guests with a well-kept sweater ($8.25) or dress ($16). To enhance clothing’s natural creases, garment owners can opt to revive pleats. Extra attention can also be lavished upon fragile silk garments, delicate linings, and adorable babies.
French Cleaners is an upscale Dry-Cleaning and Laundering Business in West Hartford CT. We clean everyday clothing impecably making our customers clothes last longer than when cleaned elsewhere. We also specialize in cleaning hard to clean items and have been recognized nationally for our outstanding work.
Recently featured in the Hartford Courant, Spin Cycle Café eliminates the boredom and spin-induced hypnosis associated with traditional, un-tricked-out Laundromats. In addition to 25 washers ($2/single load, $3/double load) and 24 dryers ($1 for 24 minutes, $0.25 for additional six minutes), Spin Cycle Café has free WiFi, organic fair-trade coffee, satellite TV, and a full bar and café menu. All-day breakfast items, such as the sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich ($3.95) or the bagel with cream cheese and a small coffee ($3.25), provide nutritional fuel to last you through your clothes’ de-dirtenings. The tomatoes, black olives, shredded chicken, and mozzarella of the chicken-pesto panini ($7.25) inject cleansing sessions with a distinctly boot-shaped flavor. Off-the-clock laundronauts can kick back with an ice-cold beer from Spin Cycle’s bar, and those fed up with the eulogy and tragic- monologue readings that are popular in traditional laundry destinations will enjoy a change of pace with Spin Cycle’s event calendar, which features comedy shows on the last Saturday of every month.