Michael St. Clair Fine Cleaners demonstrate a dedication to environmentally sound garment-cleansing practices through the use of eco-friendly cleaning products. In an effort to further reduce their impact upon the earth’s surface, each facility recycles hangers and uses reusable garment bags which function as laundry bags in an effort to keep them out of landfills and on the path to being invited to the same dinner parties as clothing. No stain is a match for the technicians, who evict grime from all manner of items.
From everyday clothing to delicate fabrics and household linens, Pressed 4 Time Drycleaning takes a hard stance against stains with a soft and gentle touch. Aside from dry cleaning—the shop services formalwear, coats, quilts, and bed sheets—it also offers wash-and-fold services and leather and suede cleaning. A seamstress is always on hand to alter and repair fabrics, and preservationists protect clients’ wedding dresses and vintage items from damage and decay. Both locations now offer free pickup and delivery to clients in the Vancouver area.
The skillful garment groomers at A-1 Cleaners strive to restore the delicate denizens of customers' closets to a pristine, good-as-new state using gentle solvents, top-of-the-line equipment, and high standards of quality. Dingy blouses, pants, dress shirts, and scarves ($3.99 each on sale, $7.99 regularly) undergo a thorough, tearful conversion when placed in the redemptive care of A-1's stain-eradicating clothes cleaners and their cutting-edge habiliment-rehabilitating technology. The equipment's non-abrasive solvents work to remove soil and sauce with less harm to fabric fibres than traditional methods, without the risk of fading colours or shrinking vestments to doll-house-wardrobe size. Once cleaned, clothes return to their owners freshly pressed, packaged, and bearing newly trimmed claws.