Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged
I was at a dry cleaner dropping off my shirts to be laundered and pressed.
The clerk there saw one shirt with thick buttons and said "We can't take this. When they press the shirt, all the buttons will break."
"When they put the press on the shirt, these thick buttons will break."
"You can't be serious?"
"Okay, if you are okay with broken buttons, we'll send it."
"Uh... That's okay. I'll take it back with me."
I think this will be the last time I use this launderer. Does anyone have this kind of response before? Of course, I must say, this place has been breaking many of my shirt buttons, so perhaps I should've move on before.
You ever hear of a washing machine? Buy BB no iron shirts, wash them on the cold gentle cycle and hang to dry. Not only will you save a lot of money but your shirts will last 5x as long.