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May312012

Traveling? Avoid the Irony of Re-Ironing Your Shirts

I had a friend recently tell me that traveling with executive dress shirts drove him crazy. He was frustrated that he'd use our services to nicely clean and press his dress shirts only to have to re-iron the shirts once he arrived at his destination. Let's face it, baggage handlers need to pack in lots of luggage and keeping your shirts wrinkle-free isn't exactly their top priority.

So I asked him, "Why don't you have us fold your shirts?" He looked at me as though I had lobsters crawling out of my ears. He had no idea we offered that service.

For an extra 20-cents per shirt, we'll fold your shirts over a cardboard sheet and slip it into a plastic bag for easy packing. The shirts tend to stay locked in place and the plastic allows the shirts to glide around within your luggage bag which helps minimize wrinkles. When you arrive at your destination, just unpackage your shirts and hang them in the hotel closet to release minor folding creases. That's all there is to it. Avoid wrinkles (and ironing) when you travel.

Reader Comments (1)

Well worth the extra 20c I would say. I have unpacking my shirts to find they need to be ironed again and I actually find folding them difficult.
September 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel

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