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New Repair Service Restores Worn Laundry Sling Bags

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The Tingue Brown sling system.
The Tingue Brown sling system.

Bruce Beggs |

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. — Laundry managers can have their worn, torn, aging, discolored or otherwise unfit laundry sling bags restored to like-new condition through a new service offered by laundry product supplier Tingue, Brown & Co.
Providing stitching, sewing, patching and other in-house textile operations, the sling-bag repair service saves approximately 50% vs. the cost of buying new bags, Tingue, Brown claims.
Available for sling bags used in overhead rail systems, sling carts and other sling systems, the repair service accommodates worn bags from any manufacturer, including the company’s TinguSling-brand bags, in any size, material or configuration.
No minimum number of laundry sling bags is required for restoration, the company adds, but the sling must be reasonably clean and in reparable condition.

About the author

Bruce Beggs

American Trade Magazines LLC

Editorial Director, American Trade Magazines LLC

Bruce Beggs is editorial director of American Trade Magazines LLC, including American Coin-Op, American Drycleaner and American Laundry News. He was the editor of American Laundry News from November 1999 to May 2011. Beggs has worked as a newspaper reporter/editor and magazine editor since graduating from Kansas State University in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications. He and his wife, Sandy, have two children.

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