Laundromat locations for Hawaii (HI)

View all the Hawaii laundromats near you and get your laundry done today. Like many people who are traveling or new to a city, you will need to find a laundromat to do your laundry.

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Pearlridge Laundromat Services LLC  Detail Map  Update Pearlridge Laundromat Services LLC Information

98-820 Moanalua Road
Aiea, Hawaii 96701


F & G Enterprises  Detail Map  Update F & G Enterprises Information

59-732 Amaumau Place
Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712


Downtown Laundry Express  Detail Map  Update Downtown Laundry Express Information

194 Kilauea Avenue
Hilo, Hawaii 96720


Hilo Quality Washerette  Detail Map  Update Hilo Quality Washerette Information

210 Hoku Street
Hilo, Hawaii 96720


Tykes Laundromat Inc II  Detail Map  Update Tykes Laundromat Inc II Information

1454 Kilauea Avenue
Hilo, Hawaii 96720


Commercial Laundry Equipment  Detail Map  Update Commercial Laundry Equipment Information

555 Kiholo Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96821


Commercial Route Operator  Detail Map  Update Commercial Route Operator Information

1103 Prospect Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822


Launderland I  Detail Map  Update Launderland I Information

2025 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826


Manoa Laundry Discount Cleaning  Detail Map  Update Manoa Laundry Discount Cleaning Information

2752 Woodlawn Drive
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822


Nuuanu Laundry  Detail Map  Update Nuuanu Laundry Information

1627 Nuuanu Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817


OHANA East Hotel  Detail Map  Update OHANA East Hotel Information

150 Kaiulani Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815


Outrigger Auto Service Ltd.  Detail Map  Update Outrigger Auto Service Ltd. Information

2330 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815


T W Systems  Detail Map  Update T W Systems Information

244 Kalihi Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819


The Laundry Valet  Detail Map  Update The Laundry Valet Information

1305 Makiki Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814


Waikiki Laundromats  Detail Map  Update Waikiki Laundromats Information

2058 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815


W & F Washerette  Detail Map  Update W & F Washerette Information

125 South Wakea Avenue
Kahului, Hawaii 96732


Hele Mai Laundromat  Detail Map  Update Hele Mai Laundromat Information

75-5629 Palani Road
Kailua Kona, Hawaii 96740


Kauai Coinmatic  Detail Map  Update Kauai Coinmatic Information

3805 Nanakai Road
Kalaheo, Hawaii 96741


Swiss Laundry  Detail Map  Update Swiss Laundry Information

64-1007 Mamalahoa Hwy.
Kamuela, Hawaii 96743


Kaneohe Laundromat  Detail Map  Update Kaneohe Laundromat Information

46-020 Alaloa Street
Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744


Donna's Laundry Service  Detail Map  Update Donna

4405 Honoapiilani Hwy.
Lahaina, Hawaii 96761


Laie Washerette  Detail Map  Update Laie Washerette Information

55-510 Kamehameha Hwy.
Laie, Hawaii 96762


Plaza Laundry  Detail Map  Update Plaza Laundry Information

3-4291 Kuhio Hwy.
Lihue, Hawaii 96766


Majestic Laundry & Dry Cleaning  Detail Map  Update Majestic Laundry & Dry Cleaning Information

55 Pukalani Street
Makawao, Hawaii 96768


Wash  Detail Map  Update Wash Information

Po Box 6163
Ocean View, Hawaii 96704


Web Service Co  Detail Map  Update Web Service Co Information

96-1337 Waihona Street
Pearl City, Hawaii 96782


Happy Valley Sales & Service  Detail Map  Update Happy Valley Sales & Service Information

340 North Market
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793


Westgate Washerette  Detail Map  Update Westgate Washerette Information

94-366 Pupupani Street
Waipahu, Hawaii 96797


Laundry Tip:

Get stained white socks and dingy dishcloths white again. Add 1 cup white distilled vinegar to a large pot of water, bring it to a rolling boil and drop in the articles. Let soak overnight.



Your weekly laundry schedule

More Laundromat Tips to Follow:

  • Sort Your Laundry at Home
  • Check the Pockets
  • Use Smartphone Laundry Apps
  • Take Your Own Detergent
  • Inspect the Washer and Dryer Before Using
  • Disinfect and Sanitize the Washer and Dryer
  • Opt for a Front-loading Washer Instead of a Top Loader
  • Use the Dryers Wisely
  • Minimize the Risk of Bedbugs
  • When Emptying a Machine, Make Sure You Don't Leave Something
  • Using a Laundromat Saves Time

Fabric Care:

  • Cotton is highly washable but can be prone to shrinking.
  • Linen is highly washable but also prone to shrinking and wrinkling. Air dry or press immediately after washing, while still damp, to eliminate wrinkles.
  • Nylon is also highly washable, but prone to static. Air drying will prevent static.
  • Polyester is highly machine washable and can be machine dried on medium- or low-heat.
  • Rayon and viscose are not highly washable. Always dry-clean rayon and viscose clothes.
  • Silk is highly prone to color loss and to water staining. Silk, despite its water-averse reputation, silk doesn't benefit from overexposure to water, and keep the water temperature consistent.
  • Spandex is machine washable, but it can hold onto odors, which means that it should be dried on a low-heat setting or air dried.
  • Wools, including cashmere and merino, are prone to felting and shrinking when washed. It's best to hand-wash woolens in cool water and allow them to air dry, flat.
  • Blends should be washed according to the instructions for the more sensitive fabric.

Cycle Speed:

Cycle speed refers to the speed and force at which clothes are agitated in the wash and spin cycles.

  • Regular cycle in which both the wash cycle, and the spin cycle, which extrudes water from the clothes post-rinsing, are fast.
  • Permanent press is a fast/slow cycle, meaning that the wash cycle is fast and the spin cycle is slow.
  • Delicate cycle is a slow/slow cycle, and the one that should be used for fine or delicate fabrics.

Drying Settings:

  • Regular: The highest heat setting, best used only for heavy items like jeans, sweatshirts and towels.
  • Permanent Press: The medium-heat setting, with a cool-down period at the end designed to reduce wrinkling.
  • Delicate: The low-heat setting, which is sometimes obviously labeled low-heat dry. Low-heat drying is also great for garments that tend to retain smells even after washing, like yoga pants or sweat-wicking shirts.
  • Tumble Dry: The no-heat setting, which is sometimes called no heat or air dry.
  • Air and Line Drying: A great choice for deodorizing and brightening whites, keeping gym clothes odor-free, making clothes last longer.
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