Dry Cleaning & Laundry FranchisesMore About Dry Cleaning & Laundry Franchises
The ancient Romans used a chemical called ammonia (derived from urine) and fuller's earth (a clay that can absorb grease & oil) to clean their woolen togas. Early dry cleaners used petroleum-based solvents, such as gasoline & kerosene. Fire concerns led William Joseph Stoddard, a dry cleaner from Atlanta, to develop Stoddard solvent as a less flammable alternative to gasoline-based solvents. After World War I, dry cleaners began using chlorinated solvents, which were much less flammable and h
Dry Cleaning & Laundry Franchises
Lapels Dry Cleaning
All of our Lapels® Plants are completely Environmentally Friendly – safer for you, your employees, your customers, their clothing, and the environment! Lapels® Dry Cleaning is a recognized name in dry cleaning. When you own our franchise, you benefit from that name recognition, which helps build your business.
$ 100,000 Min.Cash Required
Purchase A Franchise Using Your Retirement Plan
This is NOT a franchise or business opportunity. This is a service offered to those seeking to purchase a franchise or business using their retirement funds without having to pay the taxes and penalties. You can purchase a franchise or traditional business with a tax qualified retirement plan such as an IRA, 401(k), 403(b), 457(b), SEPs and others.
$ 30,000 Min.Cash Required