Of all the black arts, dry cleaning is the most practical, securing clean garments by entrapping persistent rugby stains within the paintings of the Dutch Masters. Give signs of spoilage their just desserts with today's Groupon: for $9, you get $20 worth of dry cleaning and laundry services at The Cleaners Club. This Groupon is valid at the Encinitas or San Diego locations.
For 25 years, The Cleaners Club has provided professional dry cleaning and laundry service with impeccable customer service. A partner of large corporations such as Ralphs and Vons, The Cleaners Club can clean dress shirts ($1.45–2.95), sports jackets ($4.95), comforters ($20–$30), and dresses ($5.95) but cannot attend to the baroque cleaning instructions of ermine capes that may never touch the ground. All garments go through a rigorous process that includes button and ornament protection, stain removal, cleaning, hand finishing and pressing, inspection, and packaging. Leathers and furs are sent offsite to a trusted specialist, and delicate items such as wedding gowns, rugs, and curtains are specially treated in a patented kitten-tongue buffer. Drop off your water- and fire-damaged clothes for an ozone treatment that removes smoky scents, or seek repairs and alterations from the in-house, full-time tailor with more than 35 years of training. The Cleaners Club uses only environmentally friendly, non-toxic hydrocarbon solvents, unlike many dry cleaners still employing low-pH eye-of-newt-based solvents.
The Cleaners Club
Every garment that comes into The Cleaners Club goes through a six-step cleaning process the starts with an inspection and ends with custom packaging. The employees behind the process all have a minimum of five years of dry-cleaning experience and underwent a two-month training program before being hired. This dedication to quality service and educated staff has been The Cleaners Club mantra since the company's inception in 1985, and it's helped them develop long-standing partnerships with corporations including Ralphs and Vons. Both locations use nontoxic hydrocarbon solvents designed to cleanse garments and upholstery without perchloroethylene—an environmentally unfriendly chemical used by many dry cleaners and Mother Nature's rebellious nephew.