The sails got washed, dried and folded along with the stack pack. We took down the "Lazy Jacks" ourselves and washed them.
We hired "Marine Services Mazatlan" to do the work. Of course this did not go smoothly. They came by and we explained what we wanted. We had sent them an email to explain each step of the process that we wanted done and had called before and explained what we wanted. They came by and washed the sails and as we were coming back from a trip to Home Depot they were leaving? They had furled the head sail and dropped the main into the "stack pack" dripping wet. So we had to pull the genoa out at the dock and let it dry. There was not much wind so we were lucky on that. Then we raised the main after the head sail was furled. All dried. Then .. Rick from "Marine Services Mazatlan" came by and said it was a mis-understanding?? At least one of the guys doing the work spoke English and we told him also exactly what we wanted done.
So they all came by the next morning and got the job done. Just the way it is sometimes. In Puerto Vallarta ... we had the same job done on the main sail and Jason from Argos Marine got it right the first time and charged a third less.