AAA Cleaner & Tailor
14021 Conlan Cir, Charlotte, NC 28277
Additional Location 2904 Yorkmont Rd. Clt.: (704) 426-4000
Specialties: Leather, Wedding Dresses, Gowns, Bridal Gowns
This was my first visit to AAA Cleaner and it definitely won't be my last. They were very friendly and very attentive. I brought a gown in to be taken in. They measured and made suggestions as to having the gown fit better. I left there feeling very confident they would do a good job and waited anxiously to pick up my gown the following week (7 days) as agreed. That all happened at 7:30 in the morning. Imagine my surprise when I got the call later that evening (5pm) saying that my dress was ready for pick up!!! I was a little worried and thought that was a little too fast and pondered about what kind of job they must have done to do it so quickly!!! I picked it up the next morning at 7:15 AND IT WAS PERFECT!!! I am soooo happy with the results the dress looks even better than it originally did! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM and will to all my ballroom dance friends also! Kudso AAA Cleaners and THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
04/20/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Brought a new Dark Blue Ralph Lauren sport blazer for dry cleaning and got in return a Black worn out coat that didn't even fit me. The lady in charge didn't want to believe me and had the audacity to tell me I was wrong and that I brought the wrong coat to go look at my house because it was there implying I was trying to scam her because the wrong coat had my name... I told her, lady, tyou were the ones who atgged it. When she noticed I was getting upset she then told me they were low on cash and she can't reimburse me for the lost item. Today is 4/20/2012 and still no word from them. Very unreliable system and no lost item warranty. The total adventure cost me $200 plues $25 cleaning...
i also have been to this location
and although their English is not great
it is still understandable.
i have been around many foreign people, and it is very hard to learn a second language, especially at an older age
perhaps people in Charlotte should be a bit more tolerant and understanding