The posted time for starting the last wash is 9PM- this typically allows enough time for our customers to finish washing, drying and folding their clothes by 10:00 PM.
All the machines work with quarters but we have added a new way to pay using the “Pay Range App” which can be downloaded from your phones app store. This allows you to pay with your credit card for self-service wash and dry.
Top load washers are smaller capacity and less efficient. Front washers provide a better wash and are gentler on your garments due to their tumbling action. They need less soap (for example a double load front load washer will need about 1 1/2 load's worth of soap). Front load washers are better value and more environment friendly.
You can- but you need to aware of a few things. Pillows can sometimes be damaged during wash and may lose stuffing or lose it's shape. Please use your best judgment.
Absolutely, in fact, many people bring their comforters to the laundromat due to our having larger capacity washers and dryers. please note all comforters require extra dry time and especially in down comforters you may need to air dry them at home to remove any remaining moisture to prevent mildew - comforters with down fillings take longer to dry- and you may need to air dry them at home to get the moisture out. please take care to dry them completely to prevent mildew.
Yes, as long as the backing is not cracked or peeling off you can wash the rug with no problems - however, you cannot dry any rubber-backed rug in our commercial dryers, please air dry these to prevent the rubber from cracking and peeling and damaging our dryers.