Dry-Cleaning Charges Take A Toll On Women



Dry-Cleaning charges vary greatly depending on where you live. But for most women, one thing doesn’t change: we typically pay more than guys in dry-cleaning costs.

Unnerving? Just look at a few of the comments we found on the internet:

Theresa: …what fires me up is that dry cleaners charge WAY more for ladies button down shirt than they do for mens. It doesn’t seem fair.

Diana: Totally unfair! Ours are usually smaller, so you think they’d be less!

Natalie:  I took two linen dresses and two silk tops to a fancy new dry cleaner that just opened up around the corner from me a few months ago (so convenient!) and they handed me a bill for $48.00. I almost cried. So yes, its too much. Especially painful because the dresses were thrifted…I paid more to clean them then I bought them for. I shake my fist at you dry cleaner people!!

Debbie: I usually get charged around $10 for a dress at the cleaners! Most places charge more for women’s tailored shirts than men’s and it makes me mad! I try to buy shirts that don’t need ironing/special care and my bf can get shirts cleaned all the time for nothing!**

At Annienymotee undershirts for women, we believe it’s time to put our frustrations aside…and level the playing field. That’s why we created our undershirts for women. They keep deodorant, antiperspirant, lotions, body oils, and everyday perspiration off your clothes. Our soft, nearly undetectable undershirts allow you to dry-clean less often. Women have less hassle, more time, and more money in their wallets as a result. Our undershirts are also machine-washable. You can tumble-dry them on low, or hang to dry. Nothing could be easier!

**quotes from: www.thechiclife.com, September, 2010