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5 Ways to Save When Cleaning Your Professional Clothes
Posted By melissa On 05/29/2012 @ 2:03 pm In Frugal Living | 4 Comments
If you have a professional job, chances are you have some, or the majority, of your work clothes marked “dry clean only.” Dry cleaning can be very expensive; Proctor and Gamble estimates that “women spend $1,500 a year on dry cleaning” (Savvy Sugar ). That is more than $100 a month on dry cleaning!
Think of all the other ways people could use that money! If you spend more than you would like at the dry cleaners, a few simply changes in your buying and cleaning habits can put that money back where it belongs—in your pocket.
With some simple changes and modifications to your habits, you can save money on your dry cleaning bill. Sure, you may have to iron some of your clothes yourself, but in return, you can “earn” the money you don’t spend unnecessarily at the dry cleaners.
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