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best way to take care of shirts? how often to wash and keep collars clean??

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by tnd, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. SlickTime

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    Thanks for the great info! Good to know. I'll keep this one on my watch list should I decide to get a rack.
    Good point from another point of view. Thanks! I would probably opt for this option if I could find a cleaners nearby that hand irons. Though, I'd probably still wash them myself not because they would last longer but to save myself the expense. I'm with you on the time spent ironing issue for sure!

    Yes, I was referring to that. Good to know! Thank you.

    Ah, very cool. I don't have a HE Washer unfortunately. The rest sounds good to me! Thanks.
     
  2. SlickTime

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    On a different note, does anyone have an online shop they recommend for getting replacement buttons? Mother of pearls, leather buttons, etc.
     
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    Can you share your cleaning process?
     
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    I've used these guys for some shell buttons for jackets a few times. Not the fastest, but the price and quality are good.
     
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  5. SlickTime

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    Thanks Cptjeff.
     
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    +1:)
     
  7. Hirsh

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    I have one of these as well! Half for my shirts, half for my fathers shirts!:)
     
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    The Murphy's works perfectly !!
     

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