(Closed) Dry Cleaners

posted 10 years ago in Orange County, California
Post # 3
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1238 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Ummm… this wasn’t included in your purchase price?  When I bought mine cleaning and pressing (or steaming) was included.  I only paid $650 for my dress, so I would die if I had to pay another $300. Sorry, I guess my post isn’t really helpful. 

Post # 5
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51 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

I know I’m a little late on this one, but I bought a sample as well, and cleaning was included. My FSIL took her wedding dress to just a neighborhood dry cleaner (pre-wedding, she bought it off the rack),  but then it was just a white dress, like a prom dress, so it wasn’t that complicated. It wasn’t floor length, but if you want to know where she took it I can tell you.

 Oh also, since my dress has "antique" lace (that’s the color) the store recommended not dry cleaning it, but touching it up so that the color wasn’t changed or brightened unnaturally. Also the bottom is dirty, from touching the floor, but I need it altered anyway, so the bottom will get cut off. Basically I’m just having the store clean the inside edges of the dress. Maybe you can look into that instead. I wish I could be of more help!!

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