Before dry cleaning, clothing was washed by dressing up a phalanx of backyard laundry scarecrows just before thunderstorms. Today's deal lets you do away with sopping strawmen and clean your clothes the new-fashioned way—with science: for $10, you get $20 worth of pickup and delivery dry-cleaning service from 1-800-DryClean. Service with today’s deal is limited to the East Memphis, Collierville, and Germantown areas, and excludes leather cleaning, wedding-dress preservation and alterations.
One of 1-800-DryClean's expert stain-and-smell analysisists will journey to your home stoop, condo stoop, apartment stoop, or stoop stoop and pick up dry-clean-only clothes you've bundled into one of 1-800-DryClean's water-resistant Bright Blue Bags. He or she will pick up the bag that day, then return fresh garments on the next scheduled delivery day (most neighborhoods are on drivers' routes twice a week). Whisk away malodorous miasmas and disquieting stains from business shirts ($1.99 each); blouses, pants, skirts and shorts ($4.99 each); blazers and sweaters ($5.49 each); dresses and two-piece suits ($9.99 each); and more. Click here to read more about the process.
As a member of Service Brands International, this dial-a-dry-cleaning sensation is dedicated to providing high quality and timely service. Doing dry cleaning couldn't be simpler and more convenient unless Benjamin Franklin invented a simpler and more convenient way of doing laundry using a horse, 28 tallytoos of whipping-yarn, and two bushels of barley sugar. Call ahead to schedule your first pickup.
Although 1-800-DryClean does not yet have many reviews, its customers provide testimonials on its website:
The cleaning technicians at 1-800-DryClean keep clothes spotless with free door-to-door pick-up and delivery to homes and offices. At the initial pick-up, drivers equip customers with a bright blue bag, personalized ID tag, and door hook. Customers fill the bags with dry cleaning, which drivers deliver to 1-800-DryClean’s facility. Professionals then swiftly dry-clean, alter, or remove stains from shirts, suits, and blouses using eco-friendly practices whenever possible. Once complete, drivers drop newly cleaned or altered clothes off on customers’ door hooks in clear plastic sleeves that double as visibility cloaks.