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Drycleaner in Singapore?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by joonian, May 18, 2011.

  1. joonian

    joonian Senior member

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    Where's a good drycleaner in Singapore?

    I just sent in a seersucker coat for cleaning and it came back pressed completely flat, on a thin plastic hanger. The damage is not too bad since it isn't canvassed and the shoulder is unpadded, but it could easily have been ruinous for other coats.
     
  2. yeeth

    yeeth Well-Known Member

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    seersucker pressed completely flat? i never knew that was possible =D

    have you tried one in the CBD? they may have more experience dealing with suits and coats.
     
  3. joonian

    joonian Senior member

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    I meant the lapels, shoulders and everything else were pressed flat. They didn't manage to flatten the pucker out of the weave!
     

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