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Old 08-01-2010, 05:46 PM   #1
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Dry Cleaner

Any recommendations for dry cleaner place?

The only place I know is the place on the outside of metro (food court side)...
Iv been there once a long time ago but I dont even remember how much it cost..

Please include price, location, service(duration), quality(do they fuck it up sometimes?), and anything else I may need to know

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Any busy bee, 15$ and takes around 3 days. Everything seems good to me.
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$15 per load or per shirt? sorry im not sure about these things
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I take my shirts to Fletchers on W. Broadway and Arbutus. I don't recall the prices (they may be online) but I always ask for my shirts to be hand pressed. The quality and end result exceeds my expectations every time and I have been using them for several years.
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$15 per load or per shirt? sorry im not sure about these things
It depends on your clothing too. I had a a silk hoodie drycleaned and it was only 15, I think its by per item, dress shirts etc.
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15 is not bad per item... do they replace the item if its damaged?
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Cost depends on the item, usually per item. Some items cost more than others i.e. jackets, leather etc.
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busy bee offers one hour service, but the norm is more like 1-3 day service.

price will range from $3-$25 per article of clothing, depending on article of clothing.

for a regular dress shirt, cleaned and pressed, i usually pay $4 a piece, next day service.
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There's a Korean place on Davie close to Burrard around Blenz, and they're simply the best. Steven Kim, as I recall.
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