Discover Franchising with Martinizing Cleaners

Martinizing is a recognized name in the dry cleaning industry with over 60 years of innovation & leadership experience. Our system was developed in 1949 when Henry Martin recognized that it was feasible for smaller, full service dry cleaning plants to provide quick service cost effectively. That began Martinizing, the pioneer of on-premise; quick dry cleaning service. Currently, Martinizing franchisees operate more than 350 stores in the United States and other countries around the world.

Why a Martinizing Franchise?

  • Nationally recognized brand
  • Recurring revenue business model
  • Be part of a stable business model that is not a fad and will be around for a lifetime
  • There is low cost of goods
  • There is no inventory required
  • We offer a flexible business model that allows you to start at various entry points and easily scale your business
  • We provide multiple revenue streams beyond dry cleaning and laundry through ancillary services such as: laundry, tailoring and alterations, leather & suede cleaning, shoe repair, heir-looming, household items as well as home and office delivery
  • You benefit from national pricing on everything from POS hosting to supplies
  • You benefit from marketing on autopilot that delivers new customers to you directly via SEO, social media, reputation management and online listings
  • You have training and ongoing support from a corporate team

There is a Martinizing Franchise Program for Everyone. Find the Business That is Right For Your Lifestyle.


Plant with Retail Store

Satellite Store

Martinizing Delivers


Environmentally Friendly Dry Cleaning Plant

  • Franchise Fee
  • $62,500
  • Total Investment
  • $391,031 – $710,122

Satellite Dry Cleaning Store

  • Franchise Fee
  • $30,000
  • Total Investment
  • $91,502 – $206,212

Reasons to own a Martinizing Cleaners Franchise


Iconic Brand Recognition


Recession Resistant

Repeating Revenue

Disclaimer: This website and the information contained herein does not constitute the offer or sale of a franchise. There are certain states that require the registration of a FDD before the franchisor can advertise or offer the franchise in that state. This franchise may not be registered in all registration states and may not offer franchises to residents of those states or to persons wishing to locate a franchise in those states until compliance guidelines are met. The offer and sale of a franchise can only be made through the delivery and receipt of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).