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Where do you pick-up and drop off my clothes?

We customize our delivery arrangements to suit your needs. Itís best if you choose a weather sheltered location: front porch, back porch, inside the garage and let us know your preference.

Do I have to be home to receive this service?

No. We will pick up from and deliver to the same location in your property.

How do I pay for my cleaning?

You may pay by credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, etc). Each time you use Green Village Cleaners, your credit card will be charged. Your credit card information is held securely by Green Village Cleaners.

How do I know what I'm being charged?

Each delivered order will include a credit card receipt.

Who do I contact if there is a problem with a recent delivery?

Call Green Village Cleaners at 908-522-0009. We are available to take your call from 9:00am-6:00pm M-F and 9am-3:00pm on Saturday. After hours, you may leave a message with us, and we'll contact you the following business morning.

How is Green Village Cleaners environmentally friendly?

We at Green Village Cleaners pride ourselves on using 100% Wet Cleaning. In this process, the clothes are washed using biodegradable detergents and simple water. Our special machines gently control agitation to prevent your garments from being harmed or mis-shapen, and the drying process is tightly controlled. This extra care means that wet cleaning an item takes about 50% longer than traditional perc dry cleaning, but we feel that it is worth it. We want our process to be safe and healthy for your clothes, for your body, and for the environment.

What is "Organic" Cleaning?

We have all seen how the organic movement has grown over the past twenty years: organic farming, organic food, even organic cosmetics. And that's a good thing! The organic movement is an attempt to reduce the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and other man-made chemicals. It just makes sense to make healthier choices about the things we put in, and on, our bodies. Seeing an "Organic" label on the food you buy can make you breathe a sigh of relief.

However, not all organic products are created equal. Recently, many dry cleaners have been advertising that they use Organic Cleaning. You have probably seen signs advertising it in your local storefront cleaner. But what does that mean? Have they really switched to a more earth-friendly alternative?

Unfortunately, there is no federal standard and no certification process for "organic dry cleaning." That means that unlike fruits and vegetables, seeing an "organic" label on your clean clothes does not mean much at all. Legally, in order to call your dry cleaning organic, it just has to be processed with carbon-based solvents (that is, organic compounds). Petroleum byproducts, made by multinational oil companies like Exxon and Chevron, can legally be labeled organic .  Even perc itself, the harsh chemical used in traditional dry cleaning, is technically organic. The next time you pass by a dry cleaner that calls itself "Earth Friendly" or "Eco-Friendly" or "Healthy," stop in and ask what cleaning methods they use. You may be surprised.