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Ascot chang - opinions?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Pierrepont, Jan 20, 2004.

  1. Pierrepont

    Pierrepont Member

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    Ascot Chang gives you a choice of fused or non-fused. They'll suggest a fused collar, but tell them no thanks. Alternatively, have them add an extra 1/4 or 1/2 an inch to allow for shrinkage. I suppose you couold ask them to replace those tight collars for you too.
     
  2. jrh

    jrh Well-Known Member

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    I have my AC shirts done nonfused. As I recall, AC preferred to do fused but I requested nonfused.

    The shirts have hardy shrunk, including the collars, after many commercial washings. Some of my shirts are several years old. AC prides themselves on this.

    If your collars shrunk return them and insist they replace them. Assuming they are not more then a year or so old.
     
  3. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    I do the old soak-'em-in-Woolite thing myself. I get rid of those collar-band and cuff stains with a toothbrush loaded with hand soap.
     
  4. naturlaut

    naturlaut Senior member

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    Shrinking more than the allowance definitely shows that something is wrong. You should bring it back to them.
     
  5. friendlyone

    friendlyone Well-Known Member

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    For what it's worth, I have have bought many AC shirts over the years, and have never had a problem with shrinking collars. But then I've never sent them out to commercial laundries, where they do unspeakable things to nice shirts....
     

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