A few years back, Patrick Chu of W.W. Chan decided that the three-roll-two was a better look for me. As a result, four of my Chan jackets are 3-roll-2, and four of my five Chan suits have this configuration. I never gave the matter too much thought until I got a grease spot on my newest suit from Chan (on the second wearing, dammit!). When I took it to the dry cleaners, I told them to pay attention to the 3-roll-2 lapel configuration. It seems that they don't do their dry cleaning on-site, and I was advised that the cleaners would press the lapels only down to the top button, thereby ruining the 3-roll-2 configuration. I took the suit coat and tried spot cleaning it. I am pleased to say that repeated applications of corn starch, the most efficacious treatment, eliminated the grease spot. However, what if someone spills a tureen of soup on my suit? (This actually happened to me once at Balliol.) Are there cleaners who can do a good job on a 3-roll-2 and not spoil the configuration by inept pressing? In particular, are there any such cleaners in the Greater Los Angeles Area--preferably in or near Long Beach?