Scott Cleaners has proudly served the Oklahoma City metro area for over 50 years. Our reputation as the premier dry cleaning company in the region speaks to our unwavering commitment to quality, convenience, service and competitive prices. Don’t just take our word for it, our customers agree! We have been voted the best by readers of The Daily Oklahoman and The Gazette multiple times.

 About Scott Cleaners

Scott Cleaners has successfully developed alongside its sister company, Magic Services Linen Company. In 1986, Scott Davis, son of Magic Services’ founders, Malcolm and Donna Davis, began managing two of the current dry cleaning operations. Scott’s effort to make Scott Cleaners renowned for quality and customer service and has succeeded. The dry cleaners have been awarded honors by both The Daily Oklahoman and The Gazette readers. Scott Cleaners now has 8 thriving locations in the Oklahoma City metro area.

Magic Services Linen Company

In July of 1975, Jack, Jewel, Malcolm & Donna Davis ventured out and started Magic Dust Control & Towel Service, now known as Magic Linen or Magic Services. Jack and Malcolm were previous managers at Oklahoma City Linen Service. Using their expertise in linen services and customer relations they started a now thriving business.

Magic Services started in a 10,000 sq foot facility at 2601 South Kentucky and is now running production in a 50,000 sq foot facility located at 1111 Southeast 25th. The expansion was a much needed improvement as now Magic Services operates throughout a majority of Oklahoma all the way to within 2 miles of the Texas border.

Scott E. DavisAbout Our President

Scott E. Davis is the president of Magic Services, which employees over 150 people and includes Magic Linen and Scott Cleaners.

Davis is also the managing partner of MD&S Land Operations and Earlywine Cellar & Spirits, a boutique wine shop he opened in 2001 in south Oklahoma City He is a member of Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Allied Arts and “Project Next” task force.

In addition, he serves as Vice President of Marketing and Development Canterbury Choral Society, Honorary Chair March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction, Oklahoma City University Performing Arts Academy Executive Committee, Miss Oklahoma City University Scholarship Board, supports the Oklahoma City University Wanda Bass School of Music and has been recognized as achievers under 40 by the Journal Record.

Davis also participated in equestrian sports, competing on the state and national level with American Quarter Horse Association and National Reining Horse Association.  He has won several local and national equestrian awards, including achieving world championship status in 1991, reserve world championship status in 1999 and state championship status in 2004 and 2006.