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Hate Laundry Day?

let us do it for you!

Pickup and Delivery Service for Laundry & Bedding

It’s by the Bag!

24-Hour Turnaround

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Location / Hours

7410 N 30th Street, Omaha, NE 68112

7Am to 10PM (Last wash 9:15pm) Monday Thru Sunday

365 Days a year

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COVID-19 Concerns?

2 awesome ways to clean laundry!!!

Mess of Clothes

Option 1:
Laundry Delivered

Full Service Pickup & Dropoff

  • Schedule once or weekly. We handle it all!
  • Live a laundry free life (even if for a little while).
  • Priced by the Bag, not by the pound (stuff it full)!
  • We supply the bags (unless you lose them)!

Schedule Online or By Phone

  • You're in charge!
  • Set your pickup and delivery dates and times.
  • Special instructions? Try us!

Option 2:
Do it Yourself

A "Cash Free" Experience

  • Think...Starbucks for Laundromats
  • Load Funds to Your App
  • Start Washing & Drying
  • Receive Alerts When Cycle is Ccomplete

20lb to 80lb Washers

  • Equivalent to 2 to 8 Loads in One Cycle
  • FREE Pre-Wash Sanitation Cycle.
  • Upgrade to a "Speed Cycle" to Reduce Wash Time
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the laundry room's COVID-19 plan

We pledge to you that we will:

Clean, thoroughly and regularly.

Work to always have hand sanitizer within reach.

Keep sick (or even not 100%) employees home.

Ask customers exhibiting signs of illness to leave the premises (though we may offer to do their laundry for them).

COVID-19 & Laundromats

We are all impacted by the events of the last few months.  Here are some resources to guide your decision about leaving the house to do laundry and handing it off to us to do it for you.

Reviewed.com published this article about the virus and the likelihood of it being on your clothes.  

A quick summary:

  • The virus is less likely to live on your clothes than on hard surfaces.
  • Normal laundry washing (using hot water when possible) is likely to jostle / remove any virus from clothing and send it through the outbound water, leaving your clothes likely free from virus.
  • The most likely way to contract the virus from a laundromat is by touching a hard surface that someone with the virus Touched recently.
  • The best way to avoid infection is to wash your hands after touching hard surfaces in public places.

The Coin Laundry association published this document regarding action plans for laundromat owners.

The rules are clear (and are ones we will stand by).

  • Keep sick employees home
  • Use cough and sneeze etiquette (cough/sneeze into elbow)
  • Provide tissues and no touch disposal receptacles
  • Routinely clean all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace (folding tables, door handles, etc.)
  • Provide disposable wipes so that commonly used surfaces can be wiped down after each use
Additionally, the world health organization has published it’s “do the five” to help stop THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS:
 
  1. Hands: Wash them often
  2. Elbow: Cough into it
  3. Face: Don’t touch it
  4. Feet: Stay more than 6 feet apart
  5. Feel sick?: Stay home