Found 13th Nov 2008
I go for a swim near work on mornings, and it would be useful if I could get my swim wear (i.e. swim shorts and towels) washed near work so I didn't have to keep taking it back and forth! (I live about 30 miles away from work).

Will dry cleaners be OK for my swim wear? And if so, how much do they charge?

Thanks

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cant see why not. father in law is a dry cleaner and he gets peoples smalls!! :w00t:

People get their underwear dry cleaned so I would assume swimwear is ok as well. But technically, dry cleaning is never good for any type of clothing material and should be done as infrequently as possible. Why not just rinse your swimsuit in the shower with soap and then rent a locker and store it there. I'm guessing there is no locker to rent?

they dont dry clean everything.... just whatever needs to be..otherwise its chucked in the wash,

I've been a dry cleaner for two years and have never seen swimwear brought in. does it have a little circle on the label with a P inside? if it does then it's dry cleanable:)

brangelina;3451162

I've been a dry cleaner for two years and have never seen swimwear … I've been a dry cleaner for two years and have never seen swimwear brought in. does it have a little circle on the label with a P inside? if it does then it's dry cleanable:)



no..... but occasionally it has P on the inside ! :w00t:

Dry Cleaners can "wash" too - but sometimes turnaround time is really slow as alot of places don't have on site facilities. You may not be able to drop it off in the morning and pick it up in the evening.

Dry cleaners for a pair of trunks?? :? Rinse em in the sink
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