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Old 04-04-2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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Good price to dryclean Dussault Hoodie

Where is a good place to dryclean a dussault hoodie? Curious cause I don't want to ruin my hoodie Price too would be nice. Thanks
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Old 04-04-2010, 06:24 PM   #2
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why do questions like this always come up? Where to dry clean, where to hem jeans

they are the easiest jobs in the world. any local drycleaner will do it and do it well
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Not really, friend recently got his hoodie ruined from dry cleaning, the words faded when he got it back. I just wish for my hoodie not to be ruined.
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Old 04-07-2010, 07:54 PM   #4
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Ask around and show them your hoodie. They will tell you if there equipment can clean your hoodie or not. End of thread.
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check out the one on main and 37th, been there a few times, and good prices!
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i laugh at people wearing dussault the same way i used to laugh at people wearing ed hardy. you should be happy if the dry cleaners ruin your hoodie, they'd be doing you a big favor kid.

im not trying to be a complete asshole who takes delight by putting others down, im hoping you'll soon realize how lame people who wear dussault tend to be.

sell the hoodie, buy some real clothes.
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Go to Busy Bee In Vancouver, They should Dry clean it for like $25.
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You would think that a hoodie that costs $300 would be machine-washable.

Maybe you can save yourself a few bucks and hand wash it?
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To the OP:

What does the cleaning label say?
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You would think that a hoodie that costs $300 would be machine-washable.

Maybe you can save yourself a few bucks and hand wash it?
Im pretty sure they are machine washable. Btw dussault hoodies cost alot more than $300
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any places that dry clean can do the job. it doesn't take a genius to google some businesses in vancouver near your area.
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Just clean it as the label states. I'm assuming you treat all your clothes the same (with care). It doesn't matter if the clothing Item cost 40 bucks or 800 bucks, if you wash all your clothes with care it's the same. (unless stated otherwise)
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whenever someone mentions dussault or other brands like that
i associate it with really buff guys who are top heavy but with chicken legs
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whenever someone mentions dussault or other brands like that
i associate it with really buff guys who are top heavy but with chicken legs
Haha. We call em upper body whores. But I'm sure in terms of the demographic of rs, the majority I bet are actually size small wearing 5'6" 130lb 15 year olds.
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