While browsing these forums I've seen lots of people say how much they loathe fused suits, but the fact of the matter is, it's just about all I can afford at this point, so please don't take this thread as an opportunity to talk about how horrible fused suits are and how inevitable bubbling is. Now, on to the main event!
I need to wear a suit for most of my job, but it's just a part of the job that it's going to get dirty, meaning somewhat regular visits to the dry cleaner. (probably once every couple of months) I can hope that the glue used int he process is of high quality, but that isn't guaranteed, and not something I'd like to rely on. So, are there any special services I can request from the cleaner to avoid, or at least postpone as long as possible, the bubbling? Certain types of dry cleaning/chemicals used, certain iron temperatures, etc. I know that for the most part it's cleaning that causes the glue to start deteriorating, but I don't know what part of the process is the main offender.