- $20 for $50 worth of dry cleaning services
- May use over multiple visits
- 5 locations in Reston, Herndon, Fairfax and Ashburn
- Valid for in-store or pick-up service
- Promotion Expires September 15, 2013
DealChicken knows all about last-minute scrambling. Need that suit cleaned by tomorrow, but no time to go to the cleaners? Lucky for DC denizens, there’s Cleaners2U. And with today’s deal, you’re even luckier: clean up with $50 worth of services for only $20. Offering in-store service, as well as both home and work pickup, the cleaning experts preen your clothes within 24 hours. You don’t even have to be there: just leave your dirty, wrinkled clothes in a bag outside your door and they’ll come back so fresh, so clean. Cleaners2U makes everything dingy and old look sparkling new again: laundry, drapes, linen, and even alterations. So pluck from your closet whatever needs mending, cleaning or polishing and kick it to the curb (But be sure to call Cleaners2U first!).
Since 1972, Village Square Cleaners has been servicing residents in Northern Virginia in five locations including Reston, Herndon, Fairfax and Ashburn. The Cleaners2U pickup service covers the entire Tysons/Dulles Corridor. Alterations and repairs take up to a week for delivery.
60% off dry cleaning and more at Village Square Cleaners/Cleaners2U
- Cash refunds up to 14 days after date of purchase. See Terms of Service for refund details. May buy multiples for yourself or as gifts. May be used over multiple visits. Valid in all five store locations as well as for mobile dry cleaning services. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
The ancient Romans invented a process to launder their woolen togas. This technique quickly spread to every major population center in Rome. Laundry facilities were often the largest employers in the region, and some owners rose to hold high political influence.