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10 reasons why cleaners can't produce laundered shirts with extraordinarily clean collars and cuffs

Ever wondered why the white collars and cuffs of your white shirts and the white collars and cuffs of your colored shirts look dingy and yellow? Especially after they have been "professionally laundered"?

Let me suggest 10 reasons:

  1. The cleaner just doesn't care (despite his vigorous protestations to the contrary).
     
  2. The cleaner is satisfied with good enough.
     
  3. The cleaner doesn't have the skills.
     
  4. The cleaner is not prepared to invest the time.
     
  5. The cleaner is afraid to charge for his skills and time (assuming he has the skills and the time in the first place).
     
  6. The cleaner routinely offers same and next day service.
     
  7. The cleaner routinely offers 3 day pickup and delivery service.
     
  8. His clients are satisfied with good enough.
     
  9. His clients believe that's "just the way cleaners do things."
     
  10. His clients don't have the technical knowledge necessary to hold the cleaner accountable.
Collars before Collars closed before
Cuffs before
Yellow cuffs after Closed collar after
Yellow shirt after

 

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