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Boomer September 25th, 2000 12:07 AM

De-wrinkling
 
Ok..ok...wife really wants papmpering on Dawn Princess. She would like to know if there is a laundry service or someone who will iron any wrinkles out of her evening wear. ok..I know...sounds funny but whe you are...well never mind that...any response is welcomed. Bob

norm September 25th, 2000 12:24 AM

RE: De-wrinkling
 
Bob,

I believe that there is a hotel-style laundry service. In addition, there are self-service launtry areas with irons and ironing boards in locations that are reasonably convenient to all of the passenger cabins.

Norm.

TinaLee September 25th, 2000 06:33 AM

RE: De-wrinkling
 
You betcha! She can get anything she wants pressed or dry cleaned onboard the ship, and the cost isn't that bad either. I think it was $1.50 or so to have hubby's shirt pressed the last time (it fell off the hanger and into the bottom of the hanging bag - what a mess).

She's there to be pampered, so I say GO FOR IT - she's not on vacation to do laundry!

Tina

Boomer September 25th, 2000 10:08 AM

RE: De-wrinkling
 
LOL...thanks Tina. You made her day.TinaLee wrote:
>
> You betcha! She can get anything she wants pressed or dry
> cleaned onboard the ship, and the cost isn't that bad either.
> I think it was $1.50 or so to have hubby's shirt pressed the
> last time (it fell off the hanger and into the bottom of the
> hanging bag - what a mess).
>
> She's there to be pampered, so I say GO FOR IT - she's not on
> vacation to do laundry!
>
> Tina

JMG October 15th, 2000 04:17 PM

RE: De-wrinkling
 
First, advise her to use plastic bags from the drycleaners when she packs evening wear. I had a long full skirt that I knew was going to be a mess once I unpacked. I put it in the plastic bag and was shocked how good it looked when I unpacked. So, using the plastic bag was all I did next cruise.

I had a gown pressed on another cruiseline and while the cost was not bad, I did not think they did such a great job. Gown came back with wrinkles.

Boomer October 19th, 2000 10:57 AM

RE: De-wrinkling
 
Hi:

Thanks for the tip.


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