Dry CLEAN, Laundromat & ALterations

5150 Wilson blvd ARLINGTON VA 22205

Entrance and Parking on N. Florida Street 



Let us clean it all garments linens pillows curtains rugs blankets uniforms flags leather table cloths comforters

Laundromat: 7am-10pm (Daily)

Dry Cleaning and Wash & Fold Service:

8am to 7pm (Mon-Sat) / 9am to 6pm (Sun)

Dry Cleaning Service -

We charge 1.79 to launder and press men's shirts and 2.99 and up for dry cleaning of other garments at our Arlington VA dry cleaner.

Shirt's Cleaning Procedure

Our cleaning procedure involves a comprehensive set of steps that require attention to detail and passion in cleaning. We guarantee your satisfaction and also guarantee that we will not break buttons or we will fix it free. We are committed to top quality and friendly customer service by following these steps:

1.  Review any customer identified spots.
2.  If the spots are yellow or food stains, then apply our proprietary ‘YellowGo’ bio degradable chemical. If the spots are red or ink oriented, then apply our spot cleaning gun with light steam and relevant chemical.
3.  Clean collars and cuff with our proprietary commercial detergent mix.
4.  Wash whites in a long hot water cycle and wash darks and colors in short cold water cycle.
5. Apply starch cycle based on customer’s preference.
6.  Press collar and cuff first, then press body. Inspect for any wrinkles or pressing errors and correct them.
7. Nicely assemble shirts so that customers can carry them easily in their car.

Our Dry Cleaning Procedure Dry cleaning is an art and requires careful review of garments from the moment we take order from our customers. Many of the garments can cost over $500 and require careful assessment of expected cleaning procedures. Our team takes utmost care of your garments by following these steps:
1.   Separate wools and follow traditional cleaning procedure to ensure that they do not shrink.
2.   Review all silks for color fastness. Follow manufacturer’s instructions and ensure that silks maintain the original luster and shine.
3.   Pre-treat garments that show visible spots and separate dry cleanable garments from wet cleanable garments.
4.   Clean darks, reds and lights separately. Ensure that full dry cleaning cycles are utilized for the best quality cleaning results.
5.   Utilize jacket, blouse and pants steam press machines as well as hand iron and ensure that wrinkles or pressing errors are corrected.
6. Nicely assemble lighter garments to the front and heavier garments to the back. Pack 2/3 piece and suits, dresses, etc. together. Wrap garments with vinyl for long term protection.

Indian Sari, Blouse, Kurta and Ethnic Clothes Dry Cleaning Procedure

We at Clean All are proud to announce that we are one of the most successful Saree dry cleaners in Arlington, Virginia and Washington DC Metro area. The Saree cleaning service is a delicate and artistic process. We follow these steps:

1. Review the saree material. If it is a plain cotton saree then clean it along with colors or whites in a separate bag.

2. If the saree has spandex or silk, then clean it separately using a traditional cleaning procedure and then roll press if required.

3. Only perform gentle steam press on sarees.

4. If it has spots then spot clean the saree first.

Choir Robe Cleaning Procedure

Clean All works with several churches in Virginia and Washington DC to provide them a special rate to dry clean choir robes. We recently cleaned over 95 choir robes and received positive feedback from pastors. 


We will professionally wash, dry, fold and neatly pack your clothes for only $1.49 per pound--(10 pound minimum).

Maid service / carpet cleaning / rug cleaning -

We will professionally clean your home.

Tips & Tricks For managing your clothes

​You may have done laundry many times, but it's worth going over some tips to remind you how to get the best results, from the washer, and for your clothes. 

- Check all pockets to make sure they are empty.Things like matches, pens, keys and other metal items can damage your clothes.

- Close zippers, hooks and drawstrings to keep them from snagging or getting entangled with other clothes.- Pretreat heavily stained items before putting them in the regular wash.

- Combine large and small items in a load.  Load the large itmes first.Large items should not be more than half the load.

- The washer can be fully loaded but it should not be tightly packed.The door of the washer should close easily.  

- Ideally, small or delicate items should be washed in a net designed for laundry.They are most likely to get caught in the door or missed after the final rinse and spin.If you do not use a net, be sure to check all around the washer drum (360 degrees) when the cycle is complete.  It is not uncommon for small items, like socks, to stick to the top of the drum after the final spin cycle. 

- Brush heavy dust or hair off before washing.

- Wash blankets individually.  Washing more than one may not result in a proper cleaning due to tangling or an unbalanced load.

- Always separate fabrics according to colors to prevent darker colors from bleeding into the lighter colored items.  

How you dress affects more than you might think:

We understand that clothes make an impression. Let our experienced staff professionally clean and press your garments to help you look your best. Because your satisfaction is important to us, we guarantee our work.

Folding your clothes keeps them from wrinkling, saves space and helps you find items quickly when you want to wear them.If you wear tee shirts, you'll want to see this video that shows you step-by-step how to fold them quickly...or you can just drop your tee shirts off with us and we'll wash, dry and fold them for you.

​You may not have thought about it, but did you know the way you store your clothes doesn't just influence how they look but how they hold up over time.To help keep your clothes looking nice, here is a guide that explains how to match different types of clothing with the appropriate hanger:


Who would have guessed that chalk could help you do your laundry?



Over time, it is not unusual to end up with an odd sock or 2 that you cannot match with another.

Here's an option for putting those orphan socks to good use:



Having trouble keeping some things on a hanger?
Maybe a rubber band will help.



If you don't like using harsh chemicals like chlorine, you might consider using peroxide for stain removal.


Did you ever have an item of clothing shrink?

Here's a process that might help you return it to its original size.



When you look at the label on your clothes to see how they are supposed to be cleaned and dried, you might find some international symbols that are simply confusing.  Here's a guide to explain what those symbol mean,