BELIEVE THE HYPE:
WE’RE EVERYTHING YOUR DRY
CLEANER SHOULD BE.
ZIPS started out as eight separate dry cleaners in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area. In 2002, the stores united with the goal of providing a revolutionary dry cleaning experience that maintains high-quality services at one low price for any garment. Since then, ZIPS has expanded to over 50 locations across the country. We clean over 20 million garments for more than 500,000 customers every year, and we look forward to serving more customers every day!
ZIPS Customer Pledge
The difference is our passion for providing high-quality dry cleaning at unbelievably low prices. We’ve streamlined every part of the dry cleaning process, cutting costs and cleaning times to provide the best possible service at the best possible price.
GET ANY GARMENT DRY CLEANED FOR $2.99
We’ll say it louder for the people in the back: ANY GARMENT. $2.99.
IN BY 9, OUT BY 5
Get your dry cleaning to us before 9am, we’ll have it back to you the same day by 5pm at the latest. Garments dropped off after 9am will be ready by 5pm the very next day. And we’ll email you if it’s done earlier, because time is money and we intend to save you a lot of both.
DOING OUR PART FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
We’ve been going green since way before it was cool. We’re always finding new ways to reduce our environmental impact. We’re leading the industry in our quest, because when it comes to the environment, we don’t mess around.
Every location operates a hanger recycling program. We’re committed to keeping hangers out of landfills. Our plastic bags are 100% recyclable. We know you don’t need each garment individually wrapped or tissue paper in the sleeves – a well-cleaned garment is a well-cleaned garment, no matter how it’s presented for pick up. That’s the kind of frilly excess we’ve eliminated to keep our prices incomparably low. Plus, we strive to continuously cut our waste and water usage every year.
ECO FACT: 3.5 billion hangers end up in landfills every year. We can’t stop using hangers, but please bring them back to us instead of throwing them away.
ECO FACT: Americans throw away more than 100 billion plastic bags each year. Our stores use one environmentally-friendly, recyclable plastic bag for every 5 shirts.