Cleaning clothes without water and walking on the moon both sound impossible, and yet seeing Buzz Aldrin's space suit at the dry cleaner's provides evidence of both. Defy skeptics with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of dry or wet cleaning at National Cleaners & Yorgey’s Fine Cleaning’s, valid at 10 locations.
Awarded Leading Dry Cleaner by the Berks County People’s Choice Awards from 2006 to 2011, National Cleaners & Yorgey’s Fine Cleaning spruces up clothing with water-free cleansing services. The wardrobe revivers start by sorting each article of clothing, taking time to separate duds by color, size, and number of lapel crocodiles. Resuscitate knit shirts ($5.90) worn out after hard days at work, send sweaters ($7.10) in for annual maintenance, or get skirts ($7.10) ready for sock-hop weather. Likewise, coats ($15.25+) and robes ($10.20) receive the royal treatment as cleaners remove stains with eco-friendly cleansing products and pack pockets with pine-tree air fresheners. Customers can drop off clothes 24/7 at any location and safely dispose of their used hangers and plastic garment bags. Wet cleaning is also available in addition to dry cleaning.
National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning
More than 85 years of gazing into wrinkled and stained threads hasn't disheartened the employees at National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning. They snap to attention with every delivery of soiled attire, ready to assess each garment’s fabric type and instructions for proper care. After dry cleaning or wet cleaning shirts, trousers, and jackets, the professionals replace shirt buttons free of charge. They offer same-day turnaround at no extra charge, as well as a 24-hour drop-off service that allows nighttime paratroopers to deposit their sullied parachutes upon landing.
National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning keeps Mother Earth's ozone fresh with recycled hangers that minimize carbon footprint. The business also gives back to the community by supporting initiatives such as Process Pink fight against breast cancer.