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I'm really stunned that such a thing can happen - not losing a receipt but your husband washing your jeans!

Seriously, your credit card statement would substantiate the expense assuming that it describes the items purchased rather than just showing a number or department. But since it's a recent purchase you could ask the seller for a duplicate receipt. Some places will do that.

Carole (still shaking my head and vowing to mention this to my husband)
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