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    Good Laundry Service, Maejo San Sai area

    Hi all, been living in the Maejo area for over 6 months now but working offshore every other month hasn't given me the time fo find out all I need to know about the area for a smoothly running home, hence the fact I'm here again, asking more questions of you!
    The missus and I have tried 3 different laundry services in Maejo and they are all crap: they don't want to iron, they don't know how to iron, they don't know how to fold properly etc etc etc. (I think we were spoiled in Pattaya where every service seems to know the basics!)
    The missus works 6 days a week so I'm not putting this workload on her..... I want her to relax and enjoy her day off...... and there's precious little time left for that after she's cleaned the house, done the garden, washed the bikes and got the weeks shopping in!
    So, does anyone know of a good laundry service around Maejo / San Sai they could reccommend and give me location and / or phone number please?
    Cheers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpicyMartin
    and there's precious little time left for that after she's cleaned the house, done the garden, washed the bikes and got the weeks shopping in! So, does anyone know of a good laundry service around Maejo / San Sai they could reccommend and give me location and / or phone number please?
    maybe get yourself a maid to do all that stuff, including the laundry

    If you have a washing machine it would make it easier too

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    I just couldn't let it remain as it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpicyMartin
    and there's precious little time left for that after she's cleaned the house, done the garden, washed the bikes and got the weeks shopping in!
    Get her a maid as suggested.

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    Ask your wife to ask the neighbors, on her day off.

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    Get yourself a Mia noi and buy the wife a washing machine and iron

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