They do A great job on your dry cleaning.Very fast when I need A suit for A Funeral.I like there location its close to where I live.They are on the COTA bus line. Very reasonable priced.
My wife and I have had our alterations done here for many years, and they do an excellent job. They hired a new tailor recently, but she is just as …
Had 3 pieces of leather clothing to be cleaned. 1. The do not do leather cleaning. They send it out.2. A pair of leather pants had a button missing that was there when dropped. As the piece holding the button was intact, I assume the button was broken off during the cleaning.3. A leather vest was DESTROYED. It was a thinner leather, but it appears that no attempt was mad to test the material. Large pieces were shredded. I understand that some pieces might be delicate, but why wasn't it tested?4. I was to be called when they were ready. I received no call, probably due to #3.5. I was also supposed to receive a refund for the destroyed vest, as I pre-paid the charges. It has been a month and no´refund has been credited. No attempt was made to offer anything for the ruined vest.They offer leather and suede cleaning, but be wary as they do not do it there. Better to find a place that does their own work
The Callander Cleaners owner clearly doesn’t want our business. When I arrived, she was the only one at the counter, but she ignored me when I told her I was there to pick up a sweater. An employee came out. Before the employee left to look for my order, I asked her to please mute the television. When she went to get the remote, the owner told her not to mute it. I explained that some people can’t filter out background noise and I’m one of them. Then I walked outside, waiting for the employee to find my sweater. When I went back in, I made the mistake of engaging the owner in conversation. She was staring intently at a televised skiing exhibition, and I said she seemed to be enjoying the show. She said she was just checking the volume and complained that I was rude to have asked them to mute it. Then she complained about a customer who had asked the seamstress to turn off the radio during a fitting. As my husband and I rode away on our bicycles, she repeatedly called “goodbye” in a sarcastic tone.Such a brief interlude of quiet for the sake of customer comfort seems a small price for the owner to pay. Clearly, she is unwilling to consider even the smallest concession in the name of customer service. Our business goes elsewhere.