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: for $15, you get $30 worth of dry-cleaning services at McPherson Cleaners, with locations in Nashville and Lebanon.
Named one of Wilson County’s best dry cleaners of 2010 by the Lebanon Democrat, McPherson Cleaners refreshes grimy garments with its environmentally friendly practices. Their stain-disdainers can salvage all kinds of smudged threads, from beer-battered overcoats (starting at $7) to pants ($5.75) mistakenly used as gravy boats. Businessman impersonators can drop off suits ($12 for two-piece; $15 for three-piece) for desullying, and the Jeans Special (three pairs for $13.09) wards off denim degradation. Special services such as wedding-dress preservation ($30 and up) keep aging outfits in good health. McPherson Cleaners can turn around items brought in by 11 a.m. on the same day and can perform rush services by request to accommodate the unexpected, such as needing a clean suit for last-minute business meetings or a spruce-up to daredevil gear before jumping 19 school buses by unicycle.
The Lebanon Democrat named the Lebanon location of McPherson's Cleaners one of the best dry cleaners in Wilson County for 2010.
Since the early 1970s, the McPherson family has cleansed and protected their clients' wardrobes at locations in Lebanon and Nashville. At each full-service facility, cleaners help garments outlast fleeting trends with dry cleaning, spot removal, alterations, and smoke restoration. They also revitalize shoes, jackets, belts, and wearable sofas with specialized leather-cleansing treatments. In addition, shirt laundry and bundle service is available for garments that have taken swimming lessons. The McPherson team washes and folds each item and offers delivery service within five miles of their Lebanon and Gallatin Pike locations to keep pants from getting lost while walking home on their own.