Bow down to the new Dallas Laundry Service, Press Cleaners. When they contacted me to try their services (complimentary!!), I took them for a test-drive.
Press is a new way to do laundry in DFW. Get your laundry and dry cleaning picked up, cleaned, and delivered by your local, trusted cleaner.
1. You Schedule
Choose pickup and dropoff times that works best for you in their mobile or web app.
2. Press Pickups
A Press delivery agent will pick up your laundry during your scheduled pickup time.
3. Press Delivers
Your clothes come back clean and wrinkle-free on your scheduled dropoff date.
I just put the items I wanted cleaned into a bag and left it by my front door. And then Press floated in like Mary Poppins and the bag disappeared. My husband was a little concerned that he was going to end up shirtless (and he’s no Jason Momoa in that department hahaha!), but no worries, the shirts magically came back and with perfectly ironed sleeves too.
I’m going to be honest with you… this is the first time in the nearly 26 years that we have been married that I’ve had my husband’s shirts laundered and pressed. (It’s true!) I’ve always washed and ironed them myself. Half his closet is made up of stuff that comes out of the dryer wrinkled. So I obviously loved having laundered and pressed shirts in a 48 hour turn around time without having to break out an iron myself. I won’t lie, I felt a bit like royalty 😉 Press doesn’t just do dry cleaning and pressing though, they will do your regular laundry as well, even your kids sweaty PE clothes.
I got 11 men’s XLarge, 100% cotton button down shirts, picked up from my home, laundered, pressed and delivered back to me for under $50. With due diligence and a Guide to Finding a Reputable Local Dry Cleaner, yes I found out that Press is a bit more costly than driving to your local cleaners, BUT it’s kinda worth it to not have to do the drop off and pick up yourself. Also Press found that reputable local cleaner for me and they used an Eco-Friendly Dry Cleaner.
So now that I’ve tried out Press Cleaners here are my thoughts:
- I like that you don’t have to create an account to see what their price list is. I’m frugal by nature and don’t like having to sign up for an account places before I even know what the service is going to cost me. Press provides their services in many different cities across the country and you can see what the pricing is using the above link for your area before you ever create an account.
- They offer selections on how you want your items laundered and pressed, because Press realizes that “one size” does not fit all. Fragrance, or not. Starch, light, heavy, or not. Folded, hung. Well you get the idea. Your laundry will come back to you the way you request it to in your settings.
- They communicate the ENTIRE time. From when you first place your order until when it is delivered you will get text messages throughout the process. In my case we had some inclement weather the day my order was supposed to be delivered. I was notified the day before that the delivery may not take place due to that, and if it worked for me they would deliver it the following day. That is amazing customer service.
The delivery process was smooth. The shirts all came back laundered and pressed to my satisfaction. Neatly hung on hangers and protected in a bag that I can use for my next order.
If you would like to try Press Cleaners out you can get $10 off your first laundry & dry cleaning delivery, by sign up with my link: https://www.presscleaners.com/i/tammylit/ Feel that? It’s the eyeballs of your jealous neighbors wishing they had found Press first. No worries, you’ll get a referral link as well and then you can share the magic of Press with them and build account credits too!
To celebrate their entrance into the Dallas market, the folks from Press have offered ONE of my readers a $50 credit, which the winner will be able to use toward laundry services of their choice. If you win, you will have to enter a credit card for billing, but Press will always use any credit on your account (including your referral credits) toward your order first before charging a card.