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Backcountry dry cleaning helps restore clothes

After a chaotic day on November 18 at One Price Dry Cleaning, customers had more questions than answers. The building owner informed customers and Mauldin PD that the business owner had recently been evicted. On Friday, Mauldin Police told customers they would have to file a civil complaint through Judge Dean Ford’s office to get their belongings back. The building owner declined to comment to WYFF News 4 about their clothes but that they can be collected from Master’s Mark Dry Cleaners on Haywood Road. Customers who paid the building owner on Friday to get their clothes back can also file a lawsuit to recover lost money. WYFF News 4 stopped by One at Price Dry Cleaning on November 23rd to discover an open door. Inside was Julie Mason, the sales manager for Master’s Mark Dry Cleaning. I wouldn’t get her clothes,” Mason said. “We did some research and found out who owned the building. We contacted him and offered to help by taking the clothes that couldn’t be given to the people. The owner of the store showed up on Friday and I tried to speak to him because we were asking if his staff needed jobs, he just stormed out of the parking lot.” Master’s Mark is now shipping all tagged garments to its Haywood location free of charge Road. “You have to help if you can,” Mason said. “We have the ability to do it, so we should do it. It’s just being part of the community.” Mason said sorting the building hasn’t been an easy task so far,” Mason said. “There are things that just lie in piled-up buggies, and we don’t know what those things are , so we don’t want to take responsibility for them because we can’t tell who owns them.” begins after Thanksgiving at 510 Haywood Road through December 17th. Customers can do this for free as long as they have ID and a ticket for their clothes. As Master’s Mark is unable to identify all unmarked items, these remain the property of the building owner. WYFF News 4 reached out to the owner of One Price Dry Cleaning. He hung up after being asked if he would like to comment. Unclaimed or unmarked items will be donated.

After a chaotic day on November 18 at One Price Dry Cleaning, customers were left with more questions than answers.

The building owner informed customers and Mauldin PD that the business owner had recently been evicted.

On Friday, Mauldin police told customers they would have to file a civil complaint through Judge Dean Ford’s office to get their belongings back.

The building owner declined to comment to WYFF News 4.

A receptionist at Ford’s office told WYFF News 4 that people could still file a civil suit in relation to their clothes but that they could be picked up at Master’s Mark Dry Cleaners on Haywood Road.

Customers who may have paid the building owner to recover their clothes on Friday can also file a lawsuit to recover lost money.

WYFF News 4 stopped by One Price Dry Cleaning on November 23rd to discover an open door.

Inside was Julie Mason, the sales manager for Master’s Mark Dry Cleaning.

“There were people who literally cried in the parking lot on Friday because they couldn’t get their clothes,” Mason said. “We investigated and found out who owned the building. We contacted him and offered to help by taking the clothes that could not be given to the people. The owner of the store showed up on Friday and I tried to speak to him because we contacted him to see if his employees needed jobs. He just stormed out of the parking lot.”

Master’s Mark will now transport all tagged garments to its Haywood Road location free of charge.

“You have to help if you can,” Mason said. “We have the ability to do it, so we should do it. It’s easy to be part of the community.”

Mason said searching the building has not been an easy task so far.

“There’s no organization at all, so we try to go through it and make sure we get all the items for each person,” Mason said. “So we don’t want to take responsibility for those because we can’t tell who owns them.”

Pickup begins after Thanksgiving at 510 Haywood Road through December 17th.

Customers picking up can do so for free as long as they have ID and a ticket for their clothes.

As Master’s Mark is unable to identify all unmarked items, these remain the property of the building owner.

WYFF News 4 has reached out to the owner of One Price Dry Cleaning. He hung up after being asked if he would like to comment.

Unclaimed or unmarked items will be donated.

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