Chinatown Cheap Cleaning

Ni hao, Chinatown!

If you want the best home or office cleaners on either side of Mott and Canal Streets, you want the capable men and women of Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, well-qualified and highly experienced expert professionals dedicated to premier housekeeping throughout the city and Long Island.  But we also make it affordable, so that everyone can enjoy the value and savings all hard-working New Yorkers deserve!

We’re especially pleased to provide dedicated maids for the finest Chinatown addresses, whether commercial or residential.  For eighteen years we’ve specialized in providing quality cleaning that’s Chinatown-cheap!  Savvy New Yorkers know that Polish Ladies Cleaning Service is the got-to- go-to for cleaning professionals who care.  That’s because we’re a family business, proudly family-owned and operated for almost two decades and counting!  And so we treat you like family, taking a deeply personal interest in your complete satisfaction.  And what says Chinatown more than family?

Choose Polish Ladies Cleaning Service and see how much better housekeeping can be.

Polish Ladies Cleaning Service.  “The Better Maid Service.”℠


A Little About Chinatown, Manhattan

Despite so-called “satellite” Chinatowns in Queens (Elmhurst and Flushing) and Brooklyn (Sunset Park, Bensonhurst, northern Sheepshead Bay), mention Chinatown and even out-of-towners (especially out-of-towners!) will understand you to refer to the one in Manhattan, the city’s original and oldest.

Then again, Chinatown’s not quite the same as it used to be — for one thing, it’s gotten much bigger than its first few blocks in the then Five Points neighborhood: so much so that most of Chinatown today used to be Little Italy!

And so it is that alongside the many varieties of Southern Chinese cuisine (as well as Chinese-Vietnamese and Chinese-Malaysian fare) are a sprinkling of Italian eateries, holdouts from when the Italian presence was a lot stronger.  Indeed, today’s Chinatown is further differentiated from the small alleys of yesteryears past by all the spanking new luxury condominiums going up, particularly along its borders, as monied young transplants move in — Chinatown’s newest arrivals are often just other Americans from outside the city!