Whether you spilled wine on your favorite shirt or it's time to clean your comforter, local dry cleaners can help. They offer a range of services. Some even provide convenient pickup and delivery.
The dry cleaners around our Cambridge apartments include:
Founded in 1885, Bush Boston Cleaners has proudly offered quality cleaning for nearly 140 years. It is frequently recognized as one of the top Boston shops.
The team cleans a range of fabrics. They inspect the garments and use Green Earth technology to "enhance the life of your belongings in an eco-friendly manner." For your convenience, the shop provides convenient pickup and delivery. In addition, it also offers other services such as tailoring, shoe repair, and shirt laundry.
Family-owned and operated, Clevergreen Cleaners is passionate about fashion and fabrics. That’s why it stays on top of the latest dry cleaning technologies to keep your clothes looking like new.
The shop cleans ties, sweaters, wedding dresses, and much more. Drop off your items by 9:00 a.m., and they will be ready for pickup by 5:00 p.m. To save a little money, open a prepaid account that will keep track of your dry cleaning bill.
Rigazio's has served the Cambridge area for more than 15 years. It provides eco-friendly services and uses high-quality detergent designed to clean an array of fabrics. You can drop off your suits, pants, bedding, and much more. New customers can ask about receiving 30 percent off their first service. Rigazio's opens Monday through Saturday at 8:00 a.m.
From dry cleaners to hair salons around Cambridge, Luxe at Alewife is near some of the best locally owned businesses. When it’s time to call Luxe at Alewife home, please contact us. We would love for you to see our vibrant community of apartments in Cambridge firsthand.
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