A quality shirt and good productivity. Are they mutually exclusive?
It’s the holiday season again, so while you are all up to your ears in tablecloths that need washing pressing and fast service, I’m going to climb up on Santa’s knee again and rattle off the list of things that I pine for. Last year, I didn’t get any of the things that I wished [...]
This is the sixth and final part of my series on shirt pressing defects and their causes and cures. It has been fun writing these. I hope that they have been helpful to many. The key bit of wisdom to extract out of all the examples that I have presented every month since June, is [...]
It’s sad to see the demise of Ajax shirt pressing equipment, but just because they aren’t manufactured anymore, doesn’t mean that thousands of you won’t be using their equipment for many years to come. Let’s look at some pressing defects on shirts that were pressed on an Ajax machine. It is important to note that [...]
Do you think I’m up to my ears in shirts? Check this out.
This month, let’s talk about Collar cones. What they’re for, what they are not for, how they can help your quality and how they can hurt your quality. So, first things first, what are they for.
Pads and Covers on Laundry equipment are very much misunderstood, so I thought that we should talk about them this month.
After long believing that writing about pressing defects, their causes and fixes would be a nearly incomprehensible read, I now no longer feel this way and happily continue this series. I trust that it is most helpful. This is part 4 in the series.
Let’s look at more pressing defects, what causes them and how to remedy the problems. Parts 1 and 2 of this series have preceded this column in June and July.
Happy New Year to all in the Drycleaning and Laundry business. With the dawn of 2002, comes some random thoughts about your shirts and your shirt plant