When you think of the term ""Dry Clean"" you may think that your clothes don't get wet, but they do, just not with water, They use a solvent, when someone told me about Country Cleaners and how cheap they were, I decided to give them a try, when I got my tan wool pants back, I knew that they had not been cleaned, only pressed, (which is pretty gross) there were still little speckles of Ketchup that I splattered on them, I took a damp cloth and wiped the speckles off, I decided to give them another try, this time I put an asprin in my pocket which would surely disolve in the dry cleaning solution, well, I got my pants back today with an asprin tablet still intact! its easy to be cheap when you don't actually do what your sign says you do! I thought that MAYBE, one pair of pants accidently got missed, but to use them twice and have my pants not cleaned? I will go back to my little Korean dry cleaning establishment, they charge more, but they actually CLEAN the clothes and do a great job and are very friendly....they are called Comet Cleaners on 54th and Redwood! Use THEM not COMET! YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED COUNTRY CLEANERS! I am shocked that you are getting away with that!
Cons: They don't actually dry clean your clothes!