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Personal Cleaners takes good care of Cape Town's dirty laundry

Local laundry and dry-cleaning business Personal Cleaners has been given glowing praise for their ability to keep Capetonians looking sharp and clean.

CapeTalk listener Mandy Kenny says they are the best in the Mother City, and she has used their services for over four years.

"I've only ever had the best service from them. My garments and linen always come back immaculately clean."

Shop owner Grant Gibor says that the business goes out of its way to accommodate its clientele.

He says the service provides a personal touch and his staff are always willing to go the extra mile to help clients.

Our ethos has been to personalise everything, to listen to our customer's needs, treat them as if they're the only client we've got and look after the clothes in the best way we know how.

Grant Gibor, owner of Personal Cleaners

The CapeTalk team paid a visit to Personal Cleaners to watch them in action.

Listen to the full conversation:

CapeTalk took a closer look at how Personal Cleaners takes care of clothes, and this is what unfolded...

There's a lot of work and maintenance that goes on behind the scenes...

After a client has made the drop-off...

They can be sure that their clothes are well looked after...

Staff are hard at work to make sure threads are in tip-top shape...

Owner Grant Gibor aims to provide a unique experience to every customer...

And boy, do they deliver!


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