Dry Cleaning Costs Meet Their Match

Save on laundry and dry cleaning with the Topless Tee undershirt for women! It protects clothes from light perspiration, deodorant residue and staining.

Dry Cleaning your clothing, according to Procter & Gamble, can cost many women up to $1,500 a year.  That’s more than $100 a month!  Tack-on the high (and rising) cost of gasoline to make that trip to your local cleaners… and you just might have found that proverbial “hole in your wallet!”

We say mend that hole, and stop that dry cleaning money leak with Annienymotee’s  premiere soft and durable women’s undershirt line: the Topless Tee!   By wearing the Topless Tee under your blouses, suits, dresses, and sweaters, you provide a barrier to light perspiration, deodorant residue, and underarm stains.  You get to wear those fine clothes with confidence.. and wear them again (and again) before you need to clean them.  So not only will our undershirts for women save money  on dry cleaning,  they also save fuel costs, time, and the hassle from making that weekly trip to the cleaners.

Speaking of cleaning, washing your Topless Tee couldn’t be easier!  Just toss it in a cold-water delicate cycle (inside a lingerie bag for the best results).  You can either lay it flat to dry, line-dry, or (the option some of us at Annienymotee use) toss it in the dryer on the “low” setting.  Remember: our women’s undershirts are designed to make your laundering easier and less expensive!

And let’s not forget that women pay a higher price than men when it comes to dry cleaning.  The dry cleaning industry says that’s because women’s clothing often uses finer fabrics, and dry cleaning equipment isn’t made for our smaller sizes (so certain things must be done by hand).  Whatever the reason, don’t get mad… get even.  Slip on your Topless Tee and stretch the wears of your favorite tops, blouses, jackets, and sweaters between dry cleanings.

 

 

 

Top photo:By Simon Law from Montréal, QC, Canada (Dry cleaning) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons