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What You'll Get
Cleaning clothes without water and walking on the moon both sound impossible, yet seeing Buzz Aldrin's space suit at the dry cleaners provides evidence of both. Defy skeptics with today's Groupon: for $9, you get $20 worth of dry cleaning at Bloomington Cleaners.
Bloomington Cleaners' staff skillfully extracts wrinkles and odors from worn clothing by drawing upon extensive experience and earth-conscious methods. The 5,000-square-foot cleaning complex exudes eco-friendliness by casting outfits into energy-efficient equipment with nontoxic cleaning solvents before lofting threads onto recycled hangers or into biodegradable bags. Crisply laundered shirts ($2.65 each) flail their long- or short-sleeved arms in jubilation, and the newfound cleanliness of pants ($6.25 each), sweaters ($6.25 each), and sport coats or blazers ($6.50 each) brings back fond memories of the night they were won in a back-alley poker game. Meanwhile, suits ($11.95 each) and dresses ($10.75 each) arrive at formal balls in pristine form, earning kudos from undercover fairy godmothers. Same-day service Monday–Friday allows for last-minute cleanses, but patrons should bring clothes in before 10 a.m. for pickup by 5 p.m.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bloomington Cleaners
The experienced technicians at Bloomington Cleaners restore honor to besmirched garments with nontoxic solvents that keep the environment as clean as the clothing on their racks. The distinctive aroma of fresh linens permeates the company’s 5,000-square-foot laundry facility, where soiled shirts and silk-threaded straightjackets bask in water-free baths. When not expunging stains in dress pants and other delicate garments, the cleaners hem and mend imperfect articles or carefully extract bits of cake from wedding dresses.