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Eco-Friendly Dry Cleaning Chain Makes a Big Dallas Push

Tech-Savvy Laundry is Now In Play

BY // 07.11.18

We all know Mulberry handbags, but are you aware of Mulberrys Garment Care? Well, in short, it’s one laundry experience that you won’t mind entrusting your clothes with.

Mulberrys Garment Care, an eco-friendly laundry service that’s not affiliated with the British luxury brand, is expanding into the Dallas area, now serving Downtown, Uptown, Oak Lawn, University Park, North Dallas, Preston Hollow and Highland Park through the Mulberrys mobile app. Don’t live in one of these areas? Don’t fret. The Minneapolis-based Mulberrys plans to expand with four more brand-new locations in Dallas over the next 18 months.

“We are thrilled to bring the Mulberrys experience to Texas. Our ability to combine speed, sustainability and service is unmatched in the garment care industry. We are confident that Dallas’s discerning consumers will embrace our high quality, eco-friendly and affordable service,” founder Dan Miller said in a statement.

Mulberrys aims to separate itself from other dry cleaners with speedy service. The company’s on-demand service operates through a mobile app where customers can choose options such as one-hour pick-up or 48-hour return delivery. Customers can also track the cleaning progress of their garments after dropping them off at one of the 24-hour drop boxes.

Complete with biodegradable and recycled packaging, Mulberrys uses 100 percent toxin-free dry cleaning and enviro-friendly laundry detergents, making it one of the cleanest and greenest services in the biz, while still being able to remove pesky red wine and mustard stains.

In addition to the traditional laundry and dry cleaning, Mulberrys also does tailoring and alterations, leather cleaning and wedding dress restoration.

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