Wilton is not exactly the biggest town in CT, with a population of about 18,000. In fact, it’s one of those towns where everyone knows everyone else, if not intimately, at least by sight.
At Fabricare, Darien CT is one of what you might describe as our “home bases” because we have a physical store in the town.
It’s that time of year again in Greenwich – fall, when everybody gets very busy because there’s Black Friday coming up, and Thanksgiving, and Christmas. So instead of rushing around in ever-decreasing circles like the oozalum bird of folk lore, start thinking of ways to save some time.
What parameters would you use to determine the best dry cleaners in Stamford CT? Is it the quality of their cleaning? Ease of use? Sterling customer service?
Well, all of those are important, but there is another thing and that is a dry cleaner who comes to your home, collects your dry cleaning, and then delivers it back to you packaged as it would be if you had just bought it from the store. That truly would be the best dry cleaners Stamford CT.
The town of Bedford (https://www.bedfordny.gov/) goes back over 300 years to December 23rd 1680 when 22 Puritans from Stanford, CT, purchased an area of land three miles square from Chief Katonah and several other Native Americans for some coats, blankets, cloth, and beads. So Bedford is indeed old.
What is the one thing that everybody needs and yet, without exception, everybody hates? It’s an easy answer: doing the laundry, and running back and forwards to the dry cleaners in Greenwich (or anywhere else in Connecticut for that matter) On a scale of 1 – 100 in most people’s books it rates somewhere around minus 20! It’s certainly way below those other dreaded chores of hoovering the carpets and weeding the yard.
Once upon a time, two or three thousand years ago, in a country called Egypt people would take their clothes down to the river once a week and give them a good soak while bashing them on the rocks in order to remove dirt and clean them. Maybe it removed some of the dirt, but you do have to wonder what was flowing down the Nile when there were thousands of camels further upstream.