In Prosper, Texas


(From left) Sonal and Chin Modha, are the owners of two Lapels Dry Cleaning stores in Texas; a new store in the town of Prosper opened at the end of July, and another opened earlier that month in Little Elm. (Photo: Lapels Dry Cleaning)

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Two Lapels Texas stores run by husband, wife and parents

HANOVER, Mass. — “We’re extremely excited to bring a sustainable, non-toxic way of drycleaning clothes to Prosper,” says Chin Modha, who owns and operates Lapels Dry Cleaning of Prosper, Texas, and also a store in Little Elm, Texas, with his wife Sonal, and parents Shashi and Mina Modha.

Lapels Dry Cleaning, which describes its operation as “an innovative, environmentally-friendly drycleaning company,” reports it has opened a full-service satellite store at 4740 W. University Drive, Prosper, Texas in late July.

“The initial response to our first location in Little Elm has been wonderful,” Modha explains.

“We feel confident that residents in Prosper will also enjoy our drycleaning services as well as the assurance that their clothes are getting cleaned with a 100% environmentally non-toxic cleaning solution,” he points out.

The drycleaning franchise company notes that it has, in its own words, “pioneered its eco-friendly drycleaning experience over the past dozen years. Part of that effort includes a partnership agreement with GreenEarth® Cleaning, a non-toxic cleaning alternative," it says.

“Our environmentally-friendly cleaning process has no odor and is gentler on clothes, thus lengthening the life of clothes,” says Chin Modha.

The firm also notes, “customers are greeted to a warm and inviting reception area, with friendly customer service representatives, and alteration services.”

It further notes that it offers, besides rewards and loyalty programs, a “car hop” service where customers can drop-off and pick-up their clothing without leaving their cars.

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Tim Burke

American Drycleaner


Tim Burke is the editor of American Drycleaner. He can be reached at 312-361-1684 or [email protected]


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