in a dilema girls…….bought a dress for a xmas party and i love love love it……wore it twice…..its not silk but it looks like….very delicate material……anyway it fell off the hanger in wardrobe and got crumpled…….i attemted to press it and disaster struck………i ironed the front and the mark from the zip at the back came thru……hope im describing this ok…..i feel like an idiot…….brought it to cleaners but they wont touch it……i think its ruined but just wondering if theres anyone else i could bring it to?????…….it wasnt a dear dress but i just love it and got lots of compliments in it……..the mark is right down the front chest area
Ah no i hate when that happens…. is the mark that bad?
Dont know who would clean it, dont know if a dry clean would remove the mark.
Did you try Wheaton Hall? very nice staff in there
The big dry cleaners on the hill just up off the quays?
Did you try steaming it? if you were to hang it and use the iron as if you were steaming the curtains iykwim….
Could it be hidden by a ribbon or beads? If you wore long chains/beads
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