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WASHING & IRONING

Ironing is not everyone's cup of tea and while some things don't need ironing, there are the few that absolutely do. From shirts to sheets we complete washing and ironing, reducing time and stress for you. We service our regular cleaning clients as well as the general public for their washing and ironing needs. Our service areas are located within 10 km of Aldinga Beach.

 
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LAUNDRY PRICE LIST

 

PER 5 KGS OF DRY LAUNDRY

$22.00

Washed, dried & folded. Your laundry is picked up at the clean and returned within 7 days or the next clean if sooner.

WASHING DELIVERY OR PICKUP

$10.00

Pickup or drop off of laundry outside of cleaning service.

IRONING

$45 per hour

Approximately 5 shirts per hour.

Ironing is completed Monday - Friday only. Turn around 7 days. Drop off at your home in a designated spot.

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TIPS TO REDUCE THE CREASES

Our Cheat Sheet to Avoid Ironing

HANG YOUR CLOTHES ON COAT HANGERS TO DRY

The Coat Hanger Method

Most clothes air well using this method and we use it frequently for our organising clients. Instead of double handling clothes use coat hangers straight from the washing machine and onto your line. Let the wind do the work.

AVOID THE DRYER

Never overfill the dryer

Even if you are sending your shirts to be ironed, avoid putting them in the dryer as they will get super wrinkled and take much longer to iron. Less wrinkles means less ironing.

EMBRACE THE CREASE IN BED

Light creasing is okay and even cool

Fabrics such as linen and cotton, depending on the design are fine to be left as they are. To get that look you will need to air dry the bedding or put in the dryer with plenty of space for airing.

SHAKE YOUR LAUNDRY

A flick to save time

Flick your clothes before hanging out, even if its on a coat hanger. It is much quicker than ironing.

CHOOSE YOUR FABRIC WISELY

Before buying think of the ironing

That dress looks really pretty in the shop but it's cotton. While cotton dresses are great they require ironing before they are worn. Some things such as cotton shirts, dresses, trousers and blouses definitely need an iron after washing. Polyester dries quicker and seldom needs attention other than putting on a coat hanger to dry. Linen is an exception to the rule provided that the article has a relaxed look to it. Sometimes a flick and coat hanger hanging will do BUT fitted linen clothing always needs ironing. Heavy cotton sheets generally need ironing, especially if you are looking to get that 'hotel' look.