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CRAZYBUBBA
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Sellers Who Shortchange Themselves By Not Washing Tees

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I often see sellers list tees with "flaws", when they're really just washable marks that would take a few minutes to treat.

Check this one out:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/M-WASTED-vtg-80s ... b5e&_uhb=1

Why settle for less?
Have vintage Elvis tees? Let me know!

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Re: Sellers Who Shortchange Themselves By Not Washing Tees

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We actually have washed this shirt. We overnight treat and wash all blemishes that have a possibility of coming out. Priced this shirt based on the fact that it's a heat transfer on Fantasy label.

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Re: Sellers Who Shortchange Themselves By Not Washing Tees

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Whoa! I didn't expect a response from the seller. :D I guess I've got my answer!

I decided to buy another tee for other reasons, but I (my housekeeper, really) have been successful in removing more significant dirt marks.

Out of curiosity, what difference does a fantasy label make on value?
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Re: Sellers Who Shortchange Themselves By Not Washing Tees

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Just not a fan of any of the cotton shirts from Pakistan. Don't like the way they feel or their shape.

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