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Reviewed April 17, 2012
What You'll Get
Though the secret of how dry cleaning works is tightly guarded, it's widely believed to involve some form of mummification and washing machines filled with Leslie Nielsen routines. Indulge your wardrobe's dry sense of humour with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of dry-cleaning services from Professional Dry Cleaners in Oshawa.
The undauntable denizens at Professional Dry Cleaners have been unsoiling Oshawa's material sundries from the closet, living room, bedroom, and more. The peripatetic washerpersons pick up mentionables and unmentionables alike in Oshawa and Whitby, spiriting them away to the fountain of sartorial youth and returning them to your home, accompanied by no hint of a delivery fee. Spruce up thoroughly down-spruced dress shirts ($2–$5.50), suits ($12.50 for a two-piece, $15.75 for a three-piece), winter coats ($14–$18), or dresses ($9, $14 for special-care fabric, and $18 for evening gowns). Professional Dry Cleaning also performs fabric ablutions on less wearable items, such as area rugs, upholstery, duvet covers, sarlacc-pit covers, or drapes (priced based on size), which they will take down and rehang. Click here for a price list.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per visit. Free pickup and delivery valid only for Whitby and Oshawa residents. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Professional Dry Cleaners
Professional Dry Cleaners draws upon 25 years of dry-cleaning experience when handling each garment or household fabric that passes through its cleaning clutches. Suits and dress shirts return to their off-the-rack appeal after spotting, dry cleaning, and pressing; suede and leather surround wearers with suppleness after a proper cleaning and conditioning. Owners of garments and fabrics can arrange for free pick-up and delivery, saving time and cutting down on the chances of photographers catching them in their capes and leotards.