Dry-Cleaning Charges Take A Toll On Women | Dry Cleaner
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 .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 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