I brought a heavily-pleated fancy skirt in for dry cleaning at a shop in my work neighborhood and requested that they pack the item with tissue paper to keep it fresh since I was preparing to wear it to a wedding and would have to travel with it upon pick up on the subway out to the neighborhood in Queens where I live. I dont normally fuss over regular dry cleaned items, but this was for a special occasion and it was important to me that the item remain as fresh as possible. The proprietor refused to use tissue paper, stating that the shop only used such paper to pack Men's shirts. I pointed out that it would be just as easy to use it for a women's skirt, and even volunteeed to pay extra for this special request service. My overture was to no avail. For reason's unknown, the proprietor turned nasty, and told me tthat they would not take the order at all. I took the skirt up the street to a competitor (La Mode Cleaners on Nassau St), who was more than happy to accomodate me, with warm, welcoming service and at a good price too boot!