Finer fabrics often demand extra care when being washed, from special treatment at the dry cleaners to a special rubber ducky in the washtub. Meet your suit's exacting needs with today's Groupon from Fabricare Cleaners, valid at four locations in Darien, Fairfield, and Norwalk. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get $100 worth of homecare dry-cleaning services, including rugs, drapes, tablecloths, and sheets, available in-home or at the facility.
- For $15, you get $35 worth of clothing dry-cleaning services.
Both options include free pickup and delivery within 30 miles.
Fabricare Cleaners vindicates besmirched fabrics with detailed, customizable cleaning services. Recognized by America's Best Cleaners, the stain vanquishers boast extensive knowledge of textiles, giving them an instinct for removing stains that rivals a mother’s instinct for removing facial smudges. Dry-cleaning can prepare two-piece suits for special occasions ($17) and enchanted two-piece suits for spooky occasions or primp polo shirts with panache ($5.85). Premium-care packages can restore especially delicate or worn garments to a nearly new condition, and green cleaning coddles Save the Whales T-shirts with tree-hugging attention, including biodegradable chemicals and plastic-free bags.
Alternatively, lavish the same attention on domestic draperies with homecare services. Homes can cuddle closer to soft items including drapes ($5–$7/pleat) and comforters (up to $36). For both options, a truck or immaculate flying carpet makes the rounds with weekly pickup and delivery within a 30-mile radius of each of their four locations.
While a person might wear clothes ranging from basic tees and pants to slinky cocktail dresses, they can't lump everything together when it comes time to do laundry. That’s why the technicians at Fabricare Cleaners offer laundering services in addition to their three styles of dry cleaning: one for basic items, one for fragile items needing special care, and one using biodegradable, eco-friendly detergents. They have a reciprocal relationship with the Fashion Institute of Technology, in which they teach the school how to service garments and the school teaches them how to understand construction. This training enables them to immediately recognize stains and fabric type, allowing them to accurately protect and clean clothes by using fabric-friendly chemicals and buttons previously worn by secret-service agents.
After more than 30 years in the business, the owners recently upgraded the facilities to incorporate green technology and use less energy during their processes. In their upgraded facility, the staff can efficiently clean clothes, furs, house decor, and shoes, which can be dropped off in one of the 24-hour kiosks and are returned with the shop’s free delivery service. They also provide reusable garment bags, helping cut down on plastic waste and large cat nests found in the closet corner.