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sandhabibi
30th July 2007, 10:16
I need to get a carpet cleaner and wandering if anyone has used deals for them before.
The info says the following so guess I can hire it with the deals.
You can use your Deals Tokens on: Dry Cleaning, Duvet Cleaning, Laundry & Ironing, Curtain Cleaning, Alterations & Repairs, Carpet & Rug Cleaning, Skiwear Cleaning, Fabric Restorations, Suede & Leather Cleaning, Specialist Wedding & Eveningwear Care and Rain Proofing

Angel
30th July 2007, 10:18
I have used them for dry cleaning and to press clothes without any problems.

sandhabibi
30th July 2007, 10:28
I need to clean our carpets before we move out and try to get my dads done same day before we move in there temp. May get a quilt drycleaned while I'm at it.

morepoints please
30th July 2007, 10:43
Im intrested in this, my living room carpet could do with a right good clean...how much in deals does it cost?

Helen x

clockwatcher
30th July 2007, 12:05
I hired a carpet cleaner from Johnson's once, and it wasn't too expensive. I didn't pay with Deals though, as we didn't have a Tesco near us at the time.

wwcrazy
30th July 2007, 12:09
Have only used them as dry cleaners for clothes. Have hired Rug Doctor to clean carpets before. Don't know how much it cost. Think we hired it from Homebase.

princessa
30th July 2007, 12:14
We've hired rugdoctor from Morrisons before. Think it was about ?20 to hire, and then you had to buy the detergent. But they'd buy back any you didn't use. Or maybe it was ?20 with one lot of detergent, but then you had to buy more if you wanted it.

angel,dust
30th July 2007, 12:42
I hired a big steam cleaner from johnstons to do carpets ,sofa's, stairs and mattresses. i cant remember how much it was but i don't do "expensive".

It was fab done everything in one weekend and they smelt very clean without the chemical smell of normal carpet cleaner's.

sandhabibi
31st July 2007, 14:11
I hired a big steam cleaner from johnstons to do carpets ,sofa's, stairs and mattresses. i cant remember how much it was but i don't do "expensive".

It was fab done everything in one weekend and they smelt very clean without the chemical smell of normal carpet cleaner's.

Did you pay with deals..

Gizmos
15th June 2008, 13:43
anyone know how much it is to get duvet cleaned at Johnsons and also a mens suit??

think will use some Clubcard Deals

Nicola29
15th June 2008, 13:51
I need to get a carpet cleaner and wandering if anyone has used deals for them before.
The info says the following so guess I can hire it with the deals.
You can use your Deals Tokens on: Dry Cleaning, Duvet Cleaning, Laundry & Ironing, Curtain Cleaning, Alterations & Repairs, Carpet & Rug Cleaning, Skiwear Cleaning, Fabric Restorations, Suede & Leather Cleaning, Specialist Wedding & Eveningwear Care and Rain Proofing


hmmm laundry and ironing now that is something that interests me the -thought of never doing the ironing again :) I bet it won't be as cheap as Bulgaria ?2.80 laundered and ironed in 3 hours!!!

sumsi
15th June 2008, 13:55
anyone know how much it is to get duvet cleaned at Johnsons and also a mens suit??

think will use some Clubcard Deals


I once had a bed throw cleaned for ?20 in Newcastle but I don't know if they would consider a duvet at the same price.

Prices vary from one branch to the next, and they even compete with each other, so once you know which branch you're likely to go to the best thing would be to call them..

Gizmos
15th June 2008, 13:57
thanks - just called the one that is in Tesco - lol - was being dumb - they quoted ?20 for King size duvet and ?11.70 for the suit ... seems steep for the suit .....

Addy
15th June 2008, 14:37
Had my wedding dress dry-cleaned at Johnsons, cost ?60. OH has a priority card so got another 10% off and paid with deals of course.

tyroleandancer
15th June 2008, 14:51
I have all my duvets cleaned, dry cleaning, curtains altered, all paid with deals :)

Gizmos
15th June 2008, 15:20
also - clothes alterations - how do they do this - is there a cubicle you go in and they mark up or what or do i stand in my undies in the shop - which is in middle of Tescso!

tyroleandancer
15th June 2008, 15:59
also - clothes alterations - how do they do this - is there a cubicle you go in and they mark up or what or do i stand in my undies in the shop - which is in middle of Tescso!

:laugh: no idea

Gizmos
15th June 2008, 16:10
of course they may use the Tesco changing rooms - lol errm actually its not that funny