Thursday, 18th January 2018
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Did you know that there are now seven self-service launderettes in Waterford?

Revolution laundrette is unlike a traditional laundrette with limited opening hours and high costs. Instead, the launderettes are located in carparks where they remain open 24 hours a day, seven days per week. This is ideal for busy homes where there can be so much to do every day that getting the laundry washed and dried is a huge challenge.

The cost for either washing or drying clothes starts from €2 to dry and €4 for a wash. The washing cycle only takes 30 minutes and the washing detergent is included in the cycle, so there is no need to bring your own. The dryer has a large capacity (18kg), is great for drying heavy loads in the worst of weather and only takes 15 minutes, depending on the material.

The launderette is ideal for weekly washing, curtains, duvets, pillows, workwear etc.

Tommy Farrell has three revolution laundrettes in Waterford and shares his experience on having the Revolutionary launderette on his sites

"The feedback from my customers of Revolution is extremely favourable and customers are using this facility for their normal weekly washing plus the heavy washes of duvets, blankets, pillows etc. Sports clubs use them for their team’s sports gear. The machine is highly favourable among B&B owners for their daily laundry washing."

Revolution Laundrette is high quality, fast, reliable, and an affordable 24x7 service.

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