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Coin-operated washing machines, dryers and ironers are all necessary to run a dry cleaning business or Laundromat. Many households use these types of appliances on a smaller scale. Washing machines wash clothing using soap, water, and an agitation motion. Dryers are machines that dry clothing with high or low heat. Ironers and irons can press the wrinkles out of the clothing once dried. Owners of Laundromats or dry cleaning businesses can purchase these items through a distributor. They sell coin-operate washing machines, dryers, and ironers at a bulk discount. They can be used in hotels, apartments, dorms, and anywhere else that utilizes these machines. There are many different washers and dryers on the market, such as topload, tunnel, residential, commercial, or industrial systems. Many are energy efficient these days. Each has its own set of washing care symbols. They range in price from basic cheap models to deluxe models with several convenience features. The first powered washers were introduced in the early 1900s. Before that, manual methods were employed to wash and churn clothes in water. The first electric dryers came out shortly thereafter, but before that people dried clothes using a hand-cranked dryer. Distributors of washing machines, dryers, and ironers may also sell laundry equipment, supply parts, racks, carts, and cabinets. Dealers may also offer repair and maintenance services. Business owners can keep an eye out for regular sales in the paper, online, or direct from the manufacturer. Buying used laundry equipment is also an option, especially when starting up a new Laundromat business with limited funds.
 
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Ur Washinstuff
1575 Appleton Rd, Menasha, WI 54952
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(920) 886-1419
 
User Review: "This place ruined our clothes again. We will never return to this laundromat! even when you use the extra rinse cycle and..." - Tom (WI)
Jet Xpress Laundry
425 Dundee Ave, Elgin, IL 60120
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(847) 697-9777
 
User Review: "This is probably the cleanest laundry I've seen. It is very large, with lots of machines and everyone is very nice. The..."
Kingsport Coin Laundry
923 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60193
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(847) 891-1919
 
User Review: "Did not like that I could not only use dryers had to use the washing machines in order to use the dryers. Since my dryer..."
Parktowne Speed Queen Laundries
306 S Brearly St, Madison, WI 53703
(608) 255-0887
Coin Appliances Inc
3026 Artesian Ln, Madison, WI 53713
(608) 277-8144
Little Big Load The
2115 Fish Hatchery Rd, Madison, WI 53713
(608) 251-3286
Little Big Load The
2815 Todd Dr, Madison, WI 53713
(608) 270-1431
Laundryland
1131 N Sherman Ave, Madison, WI 53704
(608) 442-9476
Taylor Laundry Service
4463 Crescent Rd, Madison, WI 53711
(608) 273-1954
Eastside Coin Laundry
4921 Commercial Ave, Madison, WI 53704
(608) 204-0095
Dana Lou's Laundry Parlor
3583 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53704
(608) 249-7181
Block Systems Cleaners Inc
2017 Winnebago St, Madison, WI 53704
(608) 244-3531
Schenk's Corners Coin-Op Laundromat
2004 Winnebago St, Madison, WI 53704
(608) 241-8927
Soap's Smart Wash
4604 Monona Dr, Madison, WI 53716
(608) 224-0677
Springhaven Self Service Laundry
4519 Monona Dr, Madison, WI 53716
(608) 221-1382


Most households use appliances like washing machines and dryers to wash and dry their laundry. Ironers, such as steam irons are then used to press the wrinkles out of the clothing. These three items can be purchased at an appliance dealer, either in store or online. There are many different types of washing machines—machines that use detergent, water and a spin cycle to remove dirt from clothing—including top-load, front-load, residential, commercial, industrial, electric, and gas. Dryers—machines that use high or low heat to dry the excess moisture from clothes—can also be top load or front load. Irons are small appliances that use steam and heat to press wrinkles out of clothes. You can choose from cheap iron models with basic features all the way up to deluxe models with many features. There are many different types of washers and dryers on the market today—many of which are energy efficient. If you are in need of industrial laundry appliances and equipment, you can purchase major appliance products like washer extractors, flatwork ironers, and dry cleaning machines direct from the manufacturer. But, for home uses, it's best to purchase affordable new or used washing machines, dryers, and irons from wholesalers. Go online to do your research on the best washers, dryers, and ironers out there, including coin operated. Find out if any dealers also offer repair and maintenance services on appliances and equipment, whether you need the machinery for industrial, residential, commercial, dorm, apartment, dry cleaning, hotels, or Laundromat purposes. Dry clean equipment can include racks, tunnels, cabinets, symbols, carts, parts, supply items, and irons. Set a budget for yourself and stick to it. And keep your eye out for sales and discounts in your weekly circular for new and used coin operated and residential units.
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