Royal Fine Cleaners' garment revivers bring untidy outfits back to life with same-day, painstaking laundering services. Employing a sanitizing solvent rather than water, dry cleaning bestows cleanliness upon clothing items that are too delicate or lack the swimming skills needed for traditional wet cleaning. Ready shorts or capris ($6.27) for warmer climes, or dust off sport coats ($7.11) for formal meet-and-greets with visiting basketball dignitaries. Dresses ($12.81) enjoy spotless nights out, and band pants ($6) bask in the shipshape sway and increased tuba-twirling dexterity that dry cleaning imparts. Bring in sweaters ($7.73) and ties ($6.85) for a double-whammy sprucing up in time for casual Friday, or whisk blouses ($6.43) through Royal Fine Cleaners' drive-thru window for some crud-eliminating attention.
Maid it Clean calls upon more than a decade of experience and eco-friendly products to chase grime from dusty abodes. Patrons can choose which rooms and areas they'd like the cleaner to target, directing them to problematic stains lurking in bathtubs, kitchen cabinets, or spelling-bee-trophy rooms. Mops, brooms, and vacuums annihilate underfoot filth as damp cloths hunt down dust bunnies and Windex polishes streaked mirrors and glass. Prior to cleaning, customers should declutter rooms of toys and leash up any large pooches or pet dragons living in the chimney.
If you have a tired room, Hues of Hughes Painting can give it a fresh coat of paint, literally and figuratively. The professionals paints houses inside and out, but also re-finish surfaces ranging from antique cabinets to fine wood. For added flourish, the team can apply faux finishes such as ragging to make walls look like they're made from marble, stone, or fresh meringue. And, for homes beset by rotting wood or damaged drywall, the workers can also handle all suitable repairs and replacements to make walls look good as new.