[SFD-discuss] T-Shirts colorate when washed!
ask at infohelp.co.nz
Tue Oct 14 18:02:20 BST 2008
Hello Shashi and SFD world,
Thanks for the initiative on fine-tuning SFD resource aspects.
You have spurred me to continue pursuing the 4th team t-shirt that we
paid for, having only received 3 (XLs, an XXL being missing) on delivery.
As this is the second year our team has been short-changed on t-shirt
purchases, we know that pointing the matter out will lead to it being
Around September 18th Pia replied that 'an XXL is in the mail', but
we've heard nothing since and would as readily accept a refund for one
shirt at this stage.
pp SFD team Christchurch
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> Yeah I found that out too and my friends told the orange is very
> striking. next time please try to give white t shirts as they look
> better and don't colorate and they too are available at the same kind
> of cost i guess.... (looks like this one was a chineese selection...)
> On 10/5/08, *Pia Waugh* <greebo at pipka.org <mailto:greebo at pipka.org>>
> Hi Thilo,
> <quote who="Thilo Pfennig">
> > Just had to find out, thatthe T-Shirts colorate your laundry
> when you
> > wash them the first time. I am a bit pissed about this fact. I think
> > next time I would recommend to first look at the shirts before
> > them over the world.
> Sorry about this. We did in fact look around for shirts, and there
> was some
> time put into the choice. We didn't try washing them first,
> admittedly :)
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