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Village Cleaners has been providing superior service since 1956. We are proud to offer free estimates and consultations on any of the following services:

How May We Serve You?


  • Dry Cleaning

  • Laundry

  • Window Treatments Take Down and Rehang 

  • Mini-Blinds and Verticals

  • Wedding Gowns and Formal Wear

  • Draperies

  • Fire and Water Restoration

  • Alterations

  • Households

  • Pick-Up and Delivery

  • Same Day Service

  • Tailoring

  • Free Estimates and Consultations

  • High Schools and Business/ Local Organization

Your organization or business may qualify for a discounted bulk rate. Band uniforms, Choir robes, Graduation gowns, patrol uniforms, banquet table clothes are among the items that Village Cleaners can help your business save time and money on.

Q. What is dry cleaning? Is it actually dry?


A. Dry cleaning is actually a “wet” cleaning process that uses solvents to remove soils and stains from fabrics that don’t launder well with water. The absence of water is why the process is called ‘dry’ cleaning. Dry cleaning fluids dissolve grease and oils and are ideal for use with natural and synthetic fabrics.

Natural fibers such as wools and silks dry clean beautifully, but can shrink, distort, and lose color when washed in water. Synthetic fibers like polyester can be dry cleaned, but when washed retain oily stains. Unlike washing, dry cleaning helps to return garments to a "like-new" condition using precautions to prevent shrinkage, loss of color and change of texture or finish.


Q. Can you get this stain out?


A. Stains become more difficult to remove over time, so have your garments cleaned as soon as possible. Stains that have previously been exposed to heat will “set” and cannot be removed. Unfortunately, not every stain is treatable. We will do our best to remove stains, but our success at stain removal will depend on the nature and age of stain, the fabric type, prior attempts at stain removal, and the colorfastness of the fabric dye.


Q. Which fabrics are recommended for dry cleaning?


A. Wool, silk and acetate fabrics are most appropriate for dry cleaning. Fine designer knit suits, and most sweaters are great candidates too.Clothing trimmed in suede and leather or any type of beading, or sequins should be dry cleaned as well, though some items may not be suitable for dry cleaning and may only be spot cleaned.


Q. Does frequent dry cleaning shorten the life of a garment?


A. Drycleaning prolongs a garments life. So absolutely not! Stains will set with age and ground in dirt is abrasive to fabric and can rapidly wear down fibers. fabric can become scratchy or rough feeling after time.


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