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Question DetailsAsked on 8/6/2017

Need someone to iron men's slacks& shirts. My home or pick-up and deliver. Spokane, wa N. Side ) 4675732

Elderly gentleman . I wash , you iron .

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


In addition to Housecleaning some of which will do ironing), commercial Dry Cleaning and Laundry places commonly do that too - including pickup and delivery in some cases. Some public laundromats also offer ironing services.

Another alternative if it suits you which might well be cheaper in the long run - at leat for everyday wear items - just get some permapress pants and shirts and launder them yourself - as long as you take them out of the dryer as soon as it stops and hang them up (and even after thay have sat in the dryer for a long time cold when they are older) they do not need ironing for ecveryday wear. Maybe not as spiffed up as you might want for your Sunday best, but at probably a buck and a half to a couple of dollars PER item per washing, you can get permaprest to wear for the cost of maybe on the order of 1/4 year worth of ironing cost, assuming weekly laundry. Plus you don't have to worry about running out of clothes because the ironing is not back yet or the housekeeper went on vacation or is sick or such.

Or if inclined - ironing board and iron for maybe $50-100 range and learn to do it yourself - not tough for normal clothes, though since you say elderly consider if ironing would be safe for you - in terms of working around hot iron or possible forgetting and leaving it on.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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