Laundromat locations for Ontario (ON)

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Super Clean Laundromat  Detail Map  Update Super Clean Laundromat Information

8 Lincoln Street
Ajax, Ontario L1S 6C8
905-686-8535

 

Laundry Centra  Detail Map  Update Laundry Centra Information

l31 Bridge Street
Almonte, Ontario K0A 1A0
613-434-2840

 

Super Clean Laundromat  Detail Map  Update Super Clean Laundromat Information

130 Cedar Street Unit 29
Cambridge, Ontario N1S 1W5
519-623-9550

 

Queen St Laundry & Tackle Shop  Detail Map  Update Queen St Laundry & Tackle Shop Information

102 Queen Street
Dryden, Ontario P8N 1A7
807-223-5050

 

K & K Laundry and Dry Cleaning  Detail Map  Update K & K Laundry and Dry Cleaning Information

200 Sanders Street
Kemptville, Ontario K0G 1J0
613-258-4859

 

Chipman Street Laundry  Detail Map  Update Chipman Street Laundry Information

4 Chipman Street
Kenora, Ontario P9N 1V6
807-468-7683

 

Ken's Laundry & Cafe  Detail Map  Update Ken

397 Thompson Road
London, Ontario N5Z
519-691-0188

 

Dre AM Coin Laundry  Detail Map  Update Dre AM Coin Laundry Information

2560 Shepard Avenue
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 4E1
905-896-4633

 

Dream Coin Laundry  Detail Map  Update Dream Coin Laundry Information

2560 Shepard Avenue
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 4E1
905-896-4633

 

Clean Scene  Detail Map  Update Clean Scene Information

66 Lakeshore Road North
New Liskeard, Ontario P0J 1P0
705-647-9400

 

Sentinel Coin Laundry Inc.  Detail Map  Update Sentinel Coin Laundry Inc. Information

116 Hucknall Road
North York, Ontario M3J
416-635-1205

 

Your Best Coin Laundry  Detail Map  Update Your Best Coin Laundry Information

3585 Sheppard Avenue
Scarborough, Ontario M1T
416-321-0741

 

No More Chores of Toronto Cleaners  Detail Map  Update No More Chores of Toronto Cleaners Information

18 Colgate Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4M 1N4
647-490-2523

 

Washland Coin Laundry and Dry Cleaner  Detail Map  Update Washland Coin Laundry and Dry Cleaner Information

25 Overlea Blvd.
Toronto, Ontario M4H
416-423-9274

 

Laundry Tip:

Attack spaghetti, barbecue, or ketchup stains with a white distilled vinegar and water solution.

 

Schedule

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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