Welcome to the DOOR TO DOOR Dry Cleaning website
Welcome to the DOOR TO DOOR Dry Cleaning website

We will bring you a laundry bag and a wreath hanger. On the evening before your pick up day, which depends on where you live, you will get a text message to your cell phone reminding you that tomorrow is your pick up day. If you want a pick up, just reply to the text with a YES, otherwise, ignore the message.  The next morning, hang your bag out on your front door in full view of the street by 7:15 AM. Don’t be concerned if it is a couple of hours until we get there. It all depends on how many customers put out bags before you. Then the following workday afternoon, leave your wreath hanger out and we will hang your clean clothes on it. We will bill your credit card.

We do not have any minimums or charges for our service but we do ask for a one-time $10 deposit on the bag. If, for any reason, you decide not to use our service or you leave the area and give back our bag, we will refund the deposit. We will bill you on your first statement.

If you know what a stain is on something, put a big note in the bag so we can remove it the first time we try. You can also put alterations in the bag but they will not be back the next day. We will bring them back as soon as they are finished. If you recommend anyone and they start to use us, you will get $10 off your cleaning. And most important to us, if you ever get back any garment that does not please you, let us know right away. We will come and get it and fix it or do whatever it takes to make you happy.

Please let us know if you have any questions. We sincerely hope you will enjoy our service.

If you have any questions you may contact us by following this link or by calling us at:


503 343-5133 or 360 859-4110

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Door To Door Dry Cleaning
PO Box 243

Marylhurst, OR 97036-0243


Phone: 503-343-5133

Phone and Text: 503-351-4178

Email: doortodoor@comcast.net


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