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Cleaning & Repair in Pooler
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Dirty Harrys Full Service Laundromat & Dry Cleaners - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 748-3250
Dreams & Seams Alterations - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 966-2311
Five Star Chem Dry - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 748-4842
King of King Alteration - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 748-3076
Red Dot Uniform & Supply - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 748-5828
White Way Laundry and Dry Cleaners - Pooler, GA - Phone: (912) 748-9515
Helpful Definition for: Cleaning & Repair
Pooler has cleaning and repair services available. The cleaning service can be for a range of items and places. Furniture cleaning services may be available in Pooler, in which doors, windows, cabintery, other wooden furniture etc. may be cleaned by using various implements such as soft cloth and funiture cleaning fluid. Window and glass equipment may need special cleaning services. Cleaning may also be offered for damaged and/or wet goods. The other aspect of cleaning may not be in the strictly literal or physical sense- cleaning up software or operating systems on the computer may also be available in Pooler. Computers, especially that access the internet, are subject to a variety of malware and viruses that slow down the operating system and block the functionality of many programs. Cleaning services help fix and debug the programs so that their running is faster and more streamlined. The kind of cleaning, including materials needed, duration of the cleaning itself and the regularity with which cleaning needs to be done depends on the object in question in Pooler. The charges would also vary accordingly.
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