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Thread: Good hat cleaner & blocker in Saint Paul, MN

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    Thumbs up Good hat cleaner & blocker in Saint Paul, MN




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    A dog named "Doc" jumped through my car window into the back seat, flipped over my leather fedora, plopped a new container full of yougurt inside the hat, and proceded to try to get to the yougurt.

    By the time I discovered the mess, my hat didn't look too good. I searched up and down to find someone who would take this on and finally found just the right place -- possibly the only one in the Twin Cities:

    Hamline Cleaners
    "House of Quality Cleaning"
    Hats Cleaned & Blocked
    649 No Snelling Ave; Saint Paul, MN 55104
    651-644-5885.

    These people are excellent! But they have no website. So I told them I would give them a plug on the interenet. Here it is!

    There were some independent posts that said that they are an outstanding cleaners, as well!

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    How can ANY business NOT have a website these days?? Seriously! That is a SERIOUS breach of good business sense.

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    I have been driving by that shop for years but have not had a need of it but good to know they do a good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobile Vulgus View Post
    How can ANY business NOT have a website these days?? Seriously! That is a SERIOUS breach of good business sense.
    Huh. I bet an awful lot of local dry cleaners don't have Web sites.
    Anyway, it sounds like a place that goes back a few years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Land-O-LakesGal
    A dame that knows the ropes isn't likely to get tied up.
    -Mae West
    Hm, I'm not sure if this protects the dame who doesn't want to get tied up or warns the dame who does...

    BTW, hdrsnr, I'd be interested in seeing the result if you ever get a felt hat cleaned and blocked there.
    Personally, I would never want to be a member of any group where you either have to wear a hat or you canít wear a hat.

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