Dry Cleaning Formal Dress on board?

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  1. jellojatdisney

    jellojatdisney Mouseketeer

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    I read a suggestion that you can have your formal wear dry cleaned on ship instead of before you leave home. I have a formal dress that will get so crinkled in transit. Has anyone done this before? Would you feel comfortable will a special dress? Do you know where I can find prices?
     
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  3. Meghatron

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    I don't remember prices, but the first thing we do once we're in our room on embarkation day is send our gowns and dress shirts to the dry cleaning service for pressing. They come back wrinkle-free and pressing-only is half the price of full dry cleaning. Princess Schmoo has a price list, so hopefully she will swing by and post it.
     
  4. PrincessShmoo

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    :wave2: Hi there! Here it is:

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    We LOVE this service and it is cheaper to have done on the ship vs at home (for us).
     
  6. Meghatron

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    Thank you! Sorry I misspelled your screen name. :D :D :D
     
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    That's OK, it's a common mistake, I try not to get too bothered about it. :goodvibes
     
  8. jellojatdisney

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    Thank you!! That is so helpful. One less thing to do before we leave Friday for Port.
     
  9. WVURunner

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    we always send away dresses/suits/tuxes/shirts for pressing and dry cleaning as it is much cheaper on the ship than it is at home and I have always been very happy with it. My formal dresses have always come back perfect.
     
  10. jiminyC_fan

    jiminyC_fan <font color=FF00CC>Missing Captain Mickey!<br><fon

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    We always use the dry cleaning service on the ship as well. Much cheaper than at home!
     
  11. ariel fans

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    Is there any irons or ironing boards available to press your own clothes, leave in 6 days yeah
     
  12. PrincessShmoo

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    There are irons and ironing boards in the self serve laundry rooms.
     
  13. ariel fans

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    Thank you so much this is good to know
     
  14. susieyarb

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    Oh hooray, I can get my socks pressed for only 50 cents!
     
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    Do they offer steaming as an option? or only press.
     
  16. munchkin322

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    Yay!! Thanks for the price chart!! So here's another question...if I want my DH's long sleeve button up shirt to be pressed, which price should I use?? Dry clean price or laundry price?? I know press only is half the cost but which half?? Lol.
     
  17. munchkin322

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    Oops! I didn't read the top!! Lol. I answered my own question! Hahahahahahaha!!!
     
  18. woody73

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    I wash tuxedo shirts at home, then send them to the ship's laundry for press only.

    Woody
     

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