Absolutely terrible service. I brought in a white seersucker shirt to be dry cleaned. After getting it back I noticed it had not been cleaned and the shirt had been pressed which ruined the seersucker. I took it back in hoping for a resolution and Maria was so rude and unprofessional. She told me they do not make mistakes. After much back and forth we settled on resending it for dry cleaning. A few days later she calls me to tell me the shirt is back and trys to charge me for it. I told her I would not pay for the dry cleaning since they were fixing their mistake and she hung up on me. I have never dealt with such an unprofessional business ever! Stand behind your work and do right by your customers to keep them. Stay far away from this place and go elsewhere
have to talk to the manager I was there before 10, but elderly brash woman behind the counter insisted on charging me extra. I told her I have been coming here since 2009, and the cut off is 10:00. She said it's. 8:00. I asked for the manager but he isnt in until 12:30. I asked for her name and she kept saying "mean old lady". After that whenever I talked she told me to "shut up" and made me prepay. Great way to do relationship selling and build your customer base
Best in the area. The boss is very friendly and nice. Wonderful service and highly recommended ! ! !
blair cleaners is a fine example of how black businesses used to be like in the 70"s. Now it stands alone and pround of how the community used to look like. Man I wish we had those days back. groceries stores from JBs to Janns. Barbershops from Emanell,Lewis and Flyods. Stores like JOESPHINE FLOSSEY MUSE AND JOHNSON. BOY I miss those days.
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DO NOT TRUST THIS BUSINESSI brought two pairs of jeans in to be hemmed, both over $200, paid extra for the hem as well as 30% more than the alterations on Lincoln Ave, took time off work to pick them up during store hours and the owner who does alterations did such a poor job on the hem that I can't even wear them. I complained to the employee and she was unhelpful. I spoke to the owner and she denied my complaint and asked me to take time off work again tomorrow to again discuss the issue. I explained I didn't feel I should pay for such a poor job and so she said she would void my credit card for a refund. After my card was voided, the employee then held my clothes (including dry cleaning and my jeans) hostage and would not return them to me. I complained again and the employee was again unhelpful. Spoke to the owner again and she again denied that I should be unsatisfied and again asked me to return another time to discuss rather than sort it out then. I did not nor ever again want to return to this business, so I called the police and filed a complaint to the Better Business Bureau. When the police came, it was clear the employee again was unreasonable and that I could either pay or take the business to small claims court. I was advised to go ahead a pay for the service and dispute the costs, because it was clear the employee nor the owner had any understanding of customer service nor that I should trust my belongings with them any longer. THIS BUSINESS HAS THE WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED IN CHICAGO. The alterations are POORLY DONE and the cost of all services is MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE THEN OTHERS Within a 3-4 block radius (I have used all of them and only tried this for the first time as I moved and this was the closest that does alterations). I am a strong supporter of small business, so I tried their dry cleaning service while also trying one even closer to my house, that is organic and less expensive, but a chain.
I brought my wedding dress here for a professional cleaning about a year ago and it has been hanging in my closet under a protective cover ever since. I took it out on a whim to look at it the other day to find that a metal clasp on the strap and been snapped in half and the strap pinned to the dress. It was never mentioned, which is sneaky, and they refused to repair it stating they were not responsible for damages. The repair would have been quick and inexpensive for them to make and they didn't. These are people without integrity. If they don't have compassion for a damaged wedding dress, I don't expect they will care much about anything your planning to take into them.
I brought a red coat there to be cleaned. It wasn't even dirty but I was putting it away for the winter and had worn it twice. After I picked it up, I discovered that most edges of the coat were frayed beyond repair including the area around the zipper and there was a large grease looking spot on the sleeve. I brought it back but the owner (I assume owner, male, oriental) kept saying it was the material. I attempted to explain that there was nothing wrong with the material when I brought the coat in and that something must have happened in their processing. He absolutely wouldn't listen to me, walked away and refused to give me his name. The person at the desk was a Maria Mendez. This was a perfectly good coat that is now ruined. I would suggest to everyone that they find another cleaner. I know parking is convenient on Clayborne but it is not worth losing clothes for, especially a favorite and not replaceable spring coat.
These guys have been helping my family's business with their stuff for years. They are always quick professional and do an amazing job even for old and delicate fabrics. Can't say enough nice things about them. :)
Dutch II Cleaners has been a landmark in the Gold Coast area, providing customers with great service for over 50 years.