Classic Drycleaners Hours & Services During COVID-19
Our dry cleaning stores and laundromats are OPEN!
Laundromats – Our five laundromats are open regular hours.
Drycleaning – Our eight dry cleaning stores are open and operating with both drive-thru and lobby service. Please visit our locations page for the store hours of your preferred location.
Want a more contactless experience? Our free pickup and delivery service is operating without interruption and provides twice-a-week service.
Services – We continue to offer all services at our stores and via our pick-up and delivery, including our popular wash and fold laundry service. Same-day service for both dry cleaning and shirt laundry is available at our Carlisle location (Mon-Fri, until 9 am).
Community Support – Effective April 5, 2021, Dress for Success and Tied to Success will resume the acceptance of interview-appropriate business attire. You are welcome to drop off these donations at any of our eight locations or send them with your driver if you are a pickup and delivery customer. PLEASE NOTE: We are not able to offer free cleaning and pressing at this time. All items MUST be clean, on hangers, and ready-to-wear. Shoes and accessories should be delivered directly to the boutique.
Our Cleaning Efforts
We have always followed cleaning guidelines year-round in an effort to maintain a clean environment for our customers and employees.
During attended laundromat hours, our employees are required to clean and disinfect our laundromats at least hourly using hospital-grade products. Our employees attend to areas of common use, such as folding tables, door pulls and knobs, washer and dryer door handles, change and detergent machines, machine keypads, and bathrooms. All our laundromats have been, and continue to be, equipped with hand sanitizing stations.
Our laundromats have never been open 24 hours. This affords us the opportunity to have janitorial services on a nightly basis, seven days a week.
Our dry cleaning stores are required to regularly clean and disinfect general common areas of use – door handles, credit card pin pads, counters, etc.
According to the Surgeon General, hand washing is still one of the most effective ways to prevent Coronaviruses. All employees are instructed to wash their hands frequently for no less than 20 seconds.