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Dry-cleaning Morrisons v Sainsburys
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donaldtramp
Old 05-08-2009, 7:46 PM
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Default Dry-cleaning Morrisons v Sainsburys

Usually take my dry cleaning to Morrisons but as my other half said "Sainsburys is just down the road" I went to the Timpsons dry-cleaning concession in my local Sainsburys.

53 quid for 8 items!!!!! Bit expensive for dry-cleaning.

Total cost for the same items done at Morrisons...... 28 usually. Much., much cheaper.
(14 for 4 items deal)
Sainsburys was very nearly twice the price! Looks like that's the last time I'll be visiting Sainsburys or Timpsons for dry-cleaning!:rolleyes:

25 is half a tank of fuel. I won't moan about the journey to Morrisons next time.
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Old 24-02-2011, 11:46 AM
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Default And they wreck your clothes!

I left an expensive dinner jacket that I'd hardly ever worn in a Timpson dry cleaner in London and it came back looking like the back of it had been slashed with a knife. At first the staff member tried to claim it arrived like that, now they admit it didn't but won't provide a full reimbursement without providing receipts. Receipts that have long since been thrown out.

Would definitely never use again.
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this thread is like 2years old
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