Armonk NY wash and fold was a great idea a few years back, but it has really had its day. It’s time to join the 21st century and climb on the dry cleaning pickup and delivery bandwagon. People today want convenience, and Armonk wash and fold is not convenient because it involves activity on your part.
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.
It’s true: doing the laundry has to be one of the most boring tasks known to man (or more accurately, known to woman!) and yet it has to be done. There is no getting away from it.
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.
Trumbull is by no means the largest city in CT. That honor goes to Bridgeport with a population of 146,000 which dwarfs the 36,000 of Trumbull. But what we like about Trumbull is that it is a very homey sort of city. It’s really more like a small town with its’ old houses and pretty yards, and we love to drive around it to visit our customers who use our Trumbull CT home pickup and delivery dry cleaning service.
We are now well into the 21st century and things in Scarsdale have moved on, including the famous – or infamous depending on your point of view – Scarsdale Diet. Developed by Dr Herman Tarnower who lived in Scarsdale in 1978, it was similar to the Atkins diet, calling for high protein, low fat, low carbohydrates, but also emphasized fruit and vegetables. The book received an unexpected surge in sales when Dr Tarnower was shot dead by his lover Jean Harris in 1980.