Raleigh >Dry Cleaning & Laundry Services > Dollar Fifty Dry Clean City
200 W Peace St, Raleigh, NC | Directions 2760335.788241 -78.641759
Unresponsive to damage – Destroyed a great shirt- second time it had been laundered. Said it was the manufacturer's fault. Treated me poorly, assuming I was totally ignorant and could not understand her words. Have had several incidents, but this was the final straw.
"Lose" clothes – I am one of SEVERAL customers from Dry Clean City who has had articles of EXPENSIVE clothing missing from their orders.
I find it difficult to believe that things are "lost."
I will be using Medlin-Davis for now on. They may be more money but aren't your clothes worth getting back?
Dry Clean City – This dry cleaner is HORRIBLE! They lost a pair of pants that I spent $150 on. When you get your slip they write down how many articles of clothing you drop off. Well when I came back to pick up my order they tried to cover up their mistake hoping I wouldn't catch it. One of the workers crossed out 2 and put a 1. This is the worst establishment I have set foot in. They don't even dry clean well, everything is still wrinkled when picked up. Beware of them if you don't want your clothes lost.
worst ever. – This place is horrible. The workers are rude and do NOTHING to help customers. I recently took a comforter there and when I went back to get it, it wasn't ready. Then I went back a week later and they told me they "didn't know where it was". Eventually they found it at ANOTHER DRY CLEANERS. How it got there, I'm not sure. I still had to pay for the service and they would not refund my money. I will NEVER go to this establishment again.
lost clothes – They lost my sweater. When I was picking my things up, I saw another woman complaining that a pair of her pants were missing. She turned around to tell others that Dry Clean City had lost her friend's pants also. It seems as though they have a hard time getting clothes back to their owners. To be fair, I got 4 out of 5 items back. I prefer better odds.
In addition, my clothes were not clean -- just pressed. I deem this overall to be a bad value. I paid $10 for them to press my clothes and lose a $90 sweater.
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