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40short opportunity?

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....06&rd=1 I can think of several tailors who do reweaving work, would be worth it for this great looking suit.
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Can someone explain why this seller wont take 5 minutes and press this suit so it doesnt look as if it just came out of the garbage? JJF
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I was wondering the same thing........
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Can someone explain why this seller wont take 5 minutes and press this suit so it doesnt look as if it just came out of the garbage? JJF
I bet that it makes a $200 difference to have the cloth properly laundered. It looks like thrift store goods in that condition.
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Can someone explain why this seller wont take 5 minutes and press this suit so it doesnt look as if it just came out of the garbage? JJF
He may have no iron...
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How does reweaving work?  Sounds dangerous to me.  Is it noticeable?  Does it require some kind of expert tailor? I noticed at the bottom of that listing that he says he added a "magnified" picture of the hole, yet I don't see it. The picture or the hole. Scott
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