Dirty clothes are traditionally worn only by grungy rock stars, vagabonds, and royals pretending to be “regular people” for the purpose of understanding life outside castle walls. If you don’t fit into one of these categories, pick up today’s Groupon to Drycleaning by Dave. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of dry-cleaning services.
- For $249, you get a bridal gown cleaning and preservation (a $500 value).<p>
This Groupon is valid at locations in Calgary, Cochrane, and Canmore.
At Drycleaning by Dave, knowledgeable cleaners purge impurities from wedding gowns and other delicate ensembles and whisk them to and from abodes free of charge. Gentle detergents restore pants ($11.51), blouses ($9.05), and shirts ($3.42) to their original glory, and winter sweaters ($12.37) shed lingering holiday cookie crumbs. After laundering dresses ($20.40) and suits ($23.99), textile savants press cuffs and collars for an impeccable silhouette. If necessary, staff can also replace missing buttons and replenish pockets’ dwindling lint supply.
Alternatively, wedding gown preservations ensure that dresses retain their nuptial splendour for posterity. Following a meticulous inspection, cleaners gently scrub fabric, skillfully navigating around delicate sequins, beads, and trimming. An anti-sugar treatment evicts all saccharine residue that not only threatens to discolor the garment, but makes it an irresistible destination for honeymooning ants. Finally, preservationists swathe the gown in acid-free tissue and secure it in a wedding gown chest. The container deflects light, mildew, and ill-fated attempts to repurpose the dress as a parachute. Drycleaning by Dave touts eco-friendly practices and donates a portion of their earnings to Carbonfund.org, which funds worldwide reforestation efforts.
Drycleaning by Dave
Drycleaning by Dave’s courteous approach is equally visible in their treatment of garments, which they ply with gentle detergents, and their treatment of the environment, which they nurture with regular donations to the nonprofit CarbonFund.org, which strives to offset carbon emissions. Familiar with the types of potions necessary for degunking various materials, the cleaners deftly expunge stains from delicate silks, rugs, and even stuffed animals. After the cleaning, staffers administer a host of add-ons, starching jeans, pressing cuffs and collars, or removing any extra people living in suit coats. Their restoration services return antique garb to its former prestige, and cleaning and preservation treatments brace recently worn wedding gowns to hold up for years in storage. To free up customers to get to more pressing business, the shop offers complementary pick-up and delivery twice weekly.