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Old September 25th, 2000, 12:07 AM
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Default 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
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Old September 25th, 2000, 12:24 AM
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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.
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Old September 25th, 2000, 06:33 AM
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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
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Old September 25th, 2000, 10:08 AM
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...thanks Tina. You made her day.TinaLee wrote:
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> 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
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Old October 15th, 2000, 04:17 PM
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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.
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Old October 19th, 2000, 10:57 AM
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Hi:

Thanks for the tip.
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