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Ironing Service - Best Service in Singapore

Posted By: sgcleaningservcie

Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2023

Price: $110.00

Mobile: +65 81675339

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Are you tired of spending hours ironing your clothes every week? Let us take care of it for you! Our ironing service will leave your clothes looking crisp and wrinkle-free, so you can spend more time doing the things you love.

Our team of experienced ironing professionals are equipped with the skills and equipment necessary to iron any type of clothing or fabric. We use only the best irons and ironing boards, so you can be sure your clothes will come out looking their best.

Our ironing service is completely customizable to meet your specific needs and preferences. Whether you need us to iron just a few items or a whole wardrobe, we'll work with you to create a plan that suits your needs and budget.

We understand that your time is valuable, so we offer flexible scheduling to fit your busy lifestyle. Whether you need us to come once a week or once a month, we'll work with you to find a schedule that works for you.

At the end of each ironing session, we'll carefully fold and pack your clothes so they're ready for you to wear or store. We'll even hang them up if you prefer.

Don't let ironing take up your valuable time - choose our ironing service and enjoy freshly pressed clothes without the hassle. Contact us today to book your appointment.


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