We provide extraordinary care for fine
garments & household textiles
New clients often complain
that they've had to spend an inordinate amount of time in the past
reironing their "professionally laundered" shirts. And they want to
The reason you're re-ironing your shirts at home is quite
Your cleaner is delivering a machine pressed laundered shirt or a
hand finished laundered shirt. Whereas you should be insisting on a
hand ironed laundered shirt.
Most ordinary cleaners bang your shirts out on a shirt
pressing machine at the rate of 40 to 50 per hour. They call that a
"machine pressed laundered shirt."
Other ordinary cleaners take that same machine pressed shirt and
"touch up" the major wrinkles with a hand iron. They call that a
"hand finished laundered shirt".
As far as I am concerned, it doesn't matter if it's a
machine pressed laundered shirt or a hand finished laundered shirt.
It's still bang and hang work.
How can you tell that you're getting bang and hang work?
So ask for a hand ironed laundered shirt. But be careful: In all
probability your cleaner will deliver a machine pressed laundered
shirt or a hand finished laundered shirt ($1 to $2) and swear it's
a hand ironed laundered shirt ($6 to $14).
Does your cleaner bait and switch and then pocket the
How can I help you?
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