A forum to discuss Home Economics. Tips and tricks to run your household.
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- Joined: Sun Sep 05, 2004 12:00 pm
Yikes! I just had my comforter and two shams
done and it was $35! Comforter is way too large
even for a commercial washer (plus I don't want
to hang around a laundromat or scrounge enough
quarters to do it!) and wouldn't have the same finish
as dry cleaning does. It looks great, so that's something
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- Joined: Sat Jan 20, 2007 7:05 am
I don't remember ever using a dry cleaning service. I worked with a woman that only had her clothes cleaned from a dry cleaners and I didn't really see why, they just looked like medium quality pant suits. They probably would have gone through the washer and she would have saved a lot of money... but I think she liked telling everyone that she only used a dry cleaner. La de da.