Ugggh so how do you all find a good dry cleaner? yelp is useless
Ask some neighbors or people you know in the area. I know it sounds basic but I always do this for dry cleaners, mechanics, hair salons… when I've moved somewhere new…. I kind of ask around. If I'm still a bit worried I'll just take in 2-3 shirts I'm not overly concerned with and see how they turn out.
Honestly though, for me, I just figure out what I care about, and what I don't. Stuff I don't care about goes to the regular local dry cleaner. Stuff I care about goes to Rave FabriCARE. They're almost a bit over the top when it comes to being careful with your garments, so if you really don't ant something to get damaged in the dry cleaning process, I'd recommend them.
I was just looking at yelp re: dry cleaners for some lulz.
As usual you can't please everyone and the best places will inevitably receive one star reviews because they're too expensive, won't deliver outside a few blocks, not notice damage when taking a garment in and then get blamed afterwards, etc. Also everyone is pretty happy until there is a problem and due to the nature of the operation a blaming match will ensue. Some people will rate on how nice the workers are, the compliments they give rather than the actual service. Strange world we live in.
I used to make fun of 'those' pre-order/stand in line people but man I need a new phone yesterday. I have read that those stay in line for a week people are making some $$$ and receiving free apple devices
Right now I am between the Gold/White and Silver/White. MsDB9 recently got the Gold/White 5S and it looks pretty damn good. The only thing I could pick on so far is I don't find the antenna lines on the back very aesthetic