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toni s.
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Report | 6 days ago
Don't go during lunch time the store may be closed because the counter person "stepped out" for a few minutes.
Melissa F.
Report | 5 months ago
Go Green does clean laundry however you will have to clean your yard my husband caught the owner relieving himself where my children play he was barely apologetic and blamed his actions on a medical problemand his age use any dry cleaner but this one

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If not for its bright yellow color and the mural of a cornfield painted across its doors, Go Green Dry Cleaning?s 1969 Volkswagen could almost be mistaken for the Scooby-Doo gang?s Mystery Machine. But instead of fighting ghost-impersonating criminals with their wits, the owners of this van fight clothing stains and biohazards with environmentally friendly dry-cleaning techniques. Akin to liquid sand, their GreenEarth silicone solution forgoes harsh chemicals, irritants, and odors to clean clothes in a manner that is safe for both customers and the earth. The shop?s technicians restore all sorts of fabrics?including wool, silk, and Sasquatch fur?bequeathing each with a soft, static-free touch before packaging them in biodegradable plastic. The team then hops into the van, which runs on E85 ethanol, to deliver the freshly laundered clothes directly to doorsteps. Aside from using gentle solutions to clean up sweaters and pants, Go Green Dry Cleaning supports the earth by contributing to organizations across Long Island, including Go Green Festival and the Soular Soundz concert series.

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