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Closed Christmas Day.

We’re closed today to be with family, celebrating the holidays and preparing for a better new year. As Charles Shultz of Peanuts fame said, “Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.” We hope you’ve enjoyed your share of “a little something extra” this year. We’ve built our business by providing it to every customer, every day. We wish you the best and thank you for your patronage

A simple holiday wish:

Health and happiness to you and yours.  There’s never been a year like 2020, and we’ve learned a lot of lessons we hope we won’t be needing too much longer. Stay safe and stay optimistic.

Celebrate the solstice.

Monday’s the longest night of the year — days start getting longer Tuesday morning! Pagans held off the demons of darkness with bonfires, a cheery warm way to welcome back the sun. While the nights may be cold and dark, we can make your time in bed more comfortable with our professional cleaning and laundry services to keep everything from sheets to pillows and comforters fresh and cozy.

Last-minute preparations.

Be sure to pick up your cleaning before we close for Christmas to spend time with friends and family. Check our holiday schedule if you have last-minute rush orders, we’ll do everything we can to take care of your cleaning needs. Next Friday, we’ll be home, celebrating and relaxing. To quote from classic favorite “Miracle on 34th Street,” Christmas isn’t just a day, it’s a frame of mind. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or the solstice, make it a day of peace and goodwill for all.

Don’t panic.

When pandemic restrictions start to stack up on your emotions, take a break from the news and focus on what’s good, what you can do and how so many people are doing what’s best for all. Use your at-home time to bake goodies, decorate for the holidays and send out cards. It’s not the holiday season we’d like—but our shared goal is to keep as many people healthy as possible: our family, our friends, our customers and employees.