"A Cleaner World," could be called a hotter world.
While things are toasty at the counter during the summer months, it's behind the scenes where the action happens and the temperatures soar.
"We have about 6 to 10 presses that are going from the time we open the store until about the afternoons. So, it's just constant steam pushed through the entire place," explains manager Heather Taylor.
It's that steam that makes shirts' wrinkle-free and leaves everyone hot and sticky.
To give you an idea about just how hot it is in here, if it's 93 outside, it's about 10-degrees hotter in here, making it about 103.
Some deal with the heat better than others.
"I've been in dry cleaning for about 10-years, so it ain't nothing new to me," laughs employee Diane Childress.
But everyone has their way of making it through.
"Wet towel, cooler there, we've got fan and I have my fan pointing outside so the steam will blow out the window," explains employee Gwen Mason.
The good news, if there is any, is the summer months are the dry cleaner's slowest time of the year.
Meaning the employees aren't here as long and there isn't as much to do.
Regardless, when it's hot outside, it's steaming in here.
But, for at least one worker, it's worth it.
Explains Phyllis Radford, "I love dealing with the people, so it kinda makes it worthwhile."
And, if that's not enough to warm the heart and cool the temperature, the fact that colder months are in the not too distant future, just might.
The manager says even the equipment works better in the summer.
Since the business uses a lot of steam and has multiple water pipes, it doesn't have to worry about any pipes freezing during the summer months