About Village Cleaners


Welcome to Village Cleaners! We opened our doors in 1991 at our Cary location.

In more than 20 years, we’ve been honored to serve the Cary and Holly Springs community.



Village Cleaners is family owned and operated, with an experienced expert staff who take great care to serve all your cleaning needs.

Providing professional dry cleaning and laundry services since 1991.
Family owned and operated.
Experienced  •  Affordable  •  Trustworthy
Sponsors of local non-profit organizations and charities and active participants in local business organizations.
Two locations with a combined employee experience level of more than almost 400 years!  We’ve cleaned a lot of clothes in over two decades years!
Our mission is to provide you, the customer, with the very best services in the dry cleaning industry at a competitive price. We’re proud of the excellent reputation we’ve earned over the years, and we work to uphold it through every service we offer, from expert alterations to free pick-up and delivery.

Eco Friendly Dry Cleaning

Call Village Cleaners Today

Cary:
919-468-0199

Holly Springs:
919-567-8333


 Village Cleaners has supported our community
by supporting the following nonprofit groups:

Interact   WomenNC    US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants


History Of The Process. Thomas L. Jennings was granted a United States patent for his invention of a dry cleaning process called “dry scouring,” which was the precursor to dry cleaning. Modern dry cleaning’s use of non-water-based solvents was reported as early as 1855. The potential for petroleum-based dry cleaning solvents was recognized by Jean Baptiste Jolly, who offered a new service that became known as “dry cleaning.” Flammability concerns led William Joseph Stoddard, a dry cleaner from Atlanta Georgia, to develop Stoddard solventas, a slightly less flammable alternative to gasoline-based dry cleaning solvents. The use of flammable petroleum dry cleaning solvents caused fires and explosions in dry cleaning plants, resulting in government regulation of dry cleaners. After World War I, dry cleaners began using chlorinated dry cleaning solvents. These dry cleaning solvents were less flammable than petroleum dry cleaning solvents and had improved cleaning power. By 1930, the dry cleaning industry adopted tetrachloroethylene, or PCE for short. This dry cleaning solvent, and other dry cleaning solvents such as richloroethane, are quality dry cleaning solvents that are environmentally safe.  These dry cleaning solvents are recyclable.

Village Cleaners is the area expert for any type of garment cleaning need. Professional Dry cleaning, alterations, tailoring, leather cleaning, oriental rug cleaning, drapery and curtain cleaning, upholstery cleaning, comforter and blanket cleaning, shirt service, laundry and folding services, stain removal and commercial fabric cleaning care. if you have a need for garment cleaning need. Professional Dry cleaning, alterations, tailoring, leather cleaning, oriental rug cleaning, drapery and curtain cleaning, upholstery cleaning, comforter and blanket cleaning, shirt service, laundry and folding services, stain removal and commercial fabric cleaning care, then you should call Village Cleaners today.

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