The 4 Main Benefits of Doing Your Laundry at a Laundromat Instead of at Home…

2021-05-04T20:51:30+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Laundromat machines are highly efficient and use much less water than washing machines at home. At a laundromat, the washing machines typically use only 15 gallons of water, while an average washing machine at home generally used double that amount. That will save you money on your utilities!

Is Washing Clothes One of Your Most Hated Chores?

Doing laundry is one of the most hated chores in America. It is one of those things that isn’t hard but it’s just tedious. (And a total time suck of precious weekend hours.) To wash

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How To Sanitize Your Laundry To Prevent One Infected Clothing Item From Infecting Your Entire Load…

2021-04-20T18:07:48+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Did you know that cleaning and disinfecting are two different processes that impact viruses and germs in different ways? Cleaning removes dirt and germs from surfaces. Removing germs through a simple wash cycle can help lower the risk of spreading viruses and bacteria, but it doesn’t kill them. When someone in the family is sick you can help prevent other family members from becoming ill also. After you disinfect the doorknobs, TV remotes, and light switches remember the clothing and linens can also harbor bacteria and viruses. One item of

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Tips for Choosing the Right Dryer Cycle at the Laundromat…

2021-04-09T19:14:45+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Today, doing laundry at the laundromat is one of the most convenient and time-saving options when you lead a busy lifestyle. One of the keys to protecting your clothes from being overexposed to heat make sure you are choosing the right dryer cycle. With all the settings available on clothes dryers, choosing the right one can be confusing. You can ruin clothes, especially delicates. Clothes can wrinkle and shrink, too, if they’re not dried properly. Special items like shower curtains need to be put on a setting that won’t overheat

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Tips on How to Best Wash and Dry Your Bed Comforter…

2021-04-09T19:08:06+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Your bed comforter doesn’t need to be washed as much as your bed sheets but it does need to be washed. Most people wash their comforters at least once a month. Some comforters can be big and bulky and some people worry they may damage them in the wash. Some people think they need to take them to a dry cleaner but you don’t if you know how to clean it properly. The following are some tips on are how to wash your comfortable so you can have it clean

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4 Very Simple Ways to Save Yourself Time Doing The Laundry…

2021-04-09T19:15:39+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Want to make your time at the laundromat more efficient and economical? We have a few easy ways to help you save time doing laundry. Are you ready to tackle that mountain of laundry? Stop by a laundromat and get all of your clothes cleaned in one sitting. Follow these 4 tips and you will save time doing laundry…

Use a Laundromat

Using multiple commercial grade washers and dryers will allow you to get all your laundry done in one stop and much faster then you could ever do it at home

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6 Helpful Laundry Tips for College Students…

2021-02-04T19:32:54+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

As a college student, it can be a challenging task to do your own laundry for the first time. Many students find it easier to go to the laundromat waiting in line at the dorm. The following is guide to help laundry newbies on how to wash and dry their clothing correctly…

Sorting Your Laundry

You can separate your laundry multiple ways, but you can basically get away with four loads: whites/lights, darks, delicates, and towels/jeans/bedding. There is some overlap. For example, you could wash a gray shirt with either the lights

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How Often Should You Wash Certain Household Items? Learn How Often to Wash Your Sheets, Towels, Linens, Shower Curtains, Duvets, and More!…

2021-02-04T19:14:00+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Everyone has a little different view on how often you should wash your sheets, towels, linens, and such. It is an important thing to know because we don’t want our household items to become unsanitary or make our family sick. The following are some rule of thumb tips on how often to wash certain household items…

How Often Should I Wash My Bed Sheets?

Bed sheets should be washed at least one time per week.

People sweat a lot as they sleep. The average person sweats about 25ml of sweat per

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Laundromat Tips – Here’s a Trick To Boost The Strength Of Your Laundry Detergent…

2021-02-04T19:13:41+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

We all want our clothes to stay as as bright and soft as the day we bought them. There is something that most of us use in our homes everyday that can help you achieve whiter whites and bright colors for you clothes after washing. When you are home, open up your refrigerator. Do you see a box of baking soda in there? Many of us use baking soda to neutralize some of the smells that can come from our refrigerators. So next time you visit the laundromat bring some

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Laundromat Tips – Do You Have Smelly Sportswear or Bath Towels? Try This…

2021-02-04T19:13:25+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Every once in a while you come across that smelly towel or stinky sports shirt that you worry will never smell fresh again. We have an expert laundromat tip that will help you clothes and towels to smell fresh again…

White Vinegar to the Rescue!

Pour ½ cup white vinegar in with your liquid or powder detergent into the detergent compartment. If your bath towels are getting a little musty—especially items that are frequently damp, like sportswear or sweaty work clothes—try adding ½ cup of vinegar to the wash. The acid in

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What Mildew Is and How to Remove It From Your Clothing…

2021-02-04T19:13:02+00:00Washing / Drying Tips|

Many people store their off-season clothes in the basement or a spare rooms in their homes. Sometimes the clothes are in damp environments and clothes can get mildewed. Not all is lost with mildewed clothes because their are ways to remove the smell. The following explains what mildew is and how to remove it from your clothing… 

Mildew is a Surface Fungus

Mildew grows in moist areas like basements, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. It looks like white/grey powder on your clothing.

Try White Vinegar

Soak your clothing in a bucket or sink filled with

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