What You'll Get
Dirty clothing makes for unimpressive job interviews and dismayed first dates, but gives wearers striking insight to write the memoir of an unwashed dog. Abandon unwashed empathy with this Groupon to Village Cleaners, valid at locations in Georgetown, Leander, and Round Rock. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $25 worth of dry cleaning.
- For $45, you get $90 toward bridal-gown cleaning.
The textile technicians at Village Cleaners purify wardrobes with eco-friendly services, using biodegradable solvent. Each dry laundering commences with a six-point inspection to hunt down any spots and discern the best course of care. The specialists cleanse delicate blouses ($5.70), stained shirts ($2.25), and two-piece suits ($9.95) with a water-free process. A self-cleaning filtration system ensures that favorite sweaters emerge lovingly de-sweated ($5.80), and pants ($5.50) march back to closets in pristine condition. After moonwalking down the aisle, brides can hand over wedding dresses for a careful inspection of stains or dirtied hems before cleaners restore their delicate beauty ($90+), taking special care to scour around sequins or other embellishments. For an additional charge, protective boxes keeps gowns safe, and acid-free tissue paper preserves sensitive fabrics and intricate folds.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. New customers only. Extra fee for long veils and gowns with heavy beading. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Village Cleaners
The textile technicians at Village Cleaners purify wardrobes using a biodegradable solvent called DF-2000 Fluid. This hypoallergenic, eco-friendly solution is sensitive to the needs of fragile fabrics but still has the muscle to break down dirt, grime, and salad dressing around the collar. A fresh dose of solvent goes into each load, along with fresh soap and a brand new filter, to ensure that clothes emerge from the machine as clean as technologically possible and free of static, odor, and allergens.
But the process doesn’t stop there. Once clothes are clean, the staff will starch shirts if requested and replace any broken or missing buttons at no charge. A final inspection sees to it that no spot or stain escapes back into the world, and alteration, repair, and leather care tends to especially needy garments.