About Glenforest Cleaners

From tailoring, cleaning, pressing and finishing to honest and sincere customer service, the professionals at Glenforest have the experience, knowledge and skill to move the industry towards a more environmentally-friendly model in establishing wetcleaning and providing the best care possible for your clothes.

After being in business for over 60 years as a conventional dry cleaners, Glenforest revolutionized the cleaning industry by becoming Toronto’s first 100% toxic free, most hygienic and only wetcleaners in 2007.

Glenforest has prided itself on it’s high level of personal service and the ability to give a fine finish to the most delicate, fine garments, fabrics and trims.

The Zachos family has been in the cleaning business since the 1960’s. Alex Zachos, the owner of Glenforest Cleaners is a second-generation cleaning professional.

Miele Certified

Since 1899, Miele has been household name in appliances. Their first product was a butter churn. The first Miele washing machine was produced in 1903. Miele manufactures quality appliances such as dishwashers, vacuums, and washing machines amongst others. Their energy conserving, industry leading technology, unparalleled quality and longevity makes them the company behind the wetcleaning machines used at Glenforest.Designing and manufacturing high quality residential and professional appliances. Miele is dedicated to creating extraordinary products that live up to their mantra “Immer Besser”- a German phrase meaning “Forever Better”.Miele cherishes our natural resources.

  • Miele features production facilities that exceed the most stringent environmental regulations
  • Appliances that beat Energy Star guidelines by over 45%, with a life expectancy of 20+ years
  • Manufacturing technology that delivers 90% recyclable goods
  • Corporate offices designed to maximize the conservation of light, water, energy & even paper

 


Glenforest News


When perchloroethylene (PERC) was introduced to the dry cleaning industry in the 1930s, it must have seemed like a miracle solvent. Unfortunately, very few are aware of the health risks associated with a lifetime of using a hazardous chlorinated solvent.

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Tide just announced a new alternative to the classic bottle of laundry detergent. It basically looks and works just like a box of wine, which is sort of funny because of that whole meme about teens eating Tide Pods. But the new Tide Eco-Box is no joke. It’s actually a glimpse into a future where Amazon is dictating what our stuff looks like.

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GFL Environmental was fined $300,000 in an Ontario Court of Justice in Oshawa after pleading guilty to violating federal environmental law.

The Toronto-headquartered waste disposal company pleaded guilty on Dec.10 to two counts of contravening regulations for selling tetrachloroethylene to owners or operators of dry-cleaning facilities that did not meet regulatory standards.

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