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VOTE for the Best Dry Cleaners in Evergreen Park

Who keeps your shirts crisp and clean? Cast your votes for the best dry cleaners in town.

Everyone has their favorite places in town. This is your chance to give those special places some praise. Vote for your pick and tell us why they should be named as a Readers' Choice winner. 

VOTE: Readers nominated the options below either in the original article or on Facebook. To cast your vote, select an option in the poll at the bottom of the article. Also make sure to tell us why you picked your favorite in the comments.

Polls will remain open through Aug. 17.

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Kjklinger August 01, 2012 at 12:05 AM
I have little faith in any if these cleaners when it cones to tailoring. Crisp N Clean just ruined my brand new Ralph Lauren navy blazer. Charged me $25 prepay to shorten the sleeves, so no recourse. If I could post pics I would. Frankenstein-like exposed stitching, uneven, and missing brass buttons!!!! Asked if they could keep it to fix it. NO THANKS! I will be contacting corporate or my attorney if I don't get a refund for the jacket and 'tailoring'. I only went here because the man at Park Cleaners didn't speak English and tried to ask me how short I wanted the sleeves. I didn't know, and assumed they should. The woman at the counter agreed his pins looked too high. I left because I was afraid they'd ruin it. Maybe should have stayed!

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