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3. Is the item hard to find?Ashland, who stresses that she does more alterations than repairs, says older garments are often better quality than newer, they fit better, or they have that comfy “worn in” feeling, which makes them hard to give up.”I told one of my customers, ‘Pretty soon your jeans are going to cost more than designer jeans,’ but he loves the jeans, and he said they don’t make them anymore,” she explains as she works on a hem of a sparkly women’s sweater.5. Like Anderson says, he and his staff have plenty of work to do just replacing zippers in coats,
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