Brunswick dry cleaner, consumer can’t agree on shirt stain blame
I took some clothes to Done Right Cleaners of Brunswick, Ohio, to be laundered and pressed. They damaged a new, white dress shirt that had never been worn by staining the front.
When I confronted them, they said they didn’t cause the stain. I asked them to replace the shirt, but they only offered $20. I can’t replace the shirt for that. They said I tried to repress the shirt, which isn’t true. They also claimed the stain is a water mark, but if that were the case, it would have washed out when laundered.
They said my wife admitted to ironing the shirt. My wife doesn’t iron, and she would have never said that she did. I would like the shirt replaced with a comparable shirt.
Ken Sturtecky, Hinckley, Ohio
This shirt was brought in with 10 other shirts for us to launder and press.
The order was picked up, and three days later, the member’s wife brought in four more shirts, plus the stained shirt. She admitted that she tried to repress the shirt and that some water splashed out of her home iron.
Unfortunately, there may have been some sediment built up in her home iron, which may have caused it to sputter and leave what looks like a little water mark on the front of the shirt. When we took the shirt to the plant for a free redo, it was hard to even locate the stain. None of his other shirts had this problem, nor did any of the approximately 300 shirts processed that day.
Even though we did nothing to harm the shirt, we offered $20 to replace it.
Mary Ann Kolesar, owner
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