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Need To Know Laundry Hacks

Have you ever not known what to do for a stain or how to get out all those wrinkles? We have all been there before, with the unexpected oil splatter or the smelly gym clothes you left in the hamper too long. Here are some handy cleaning tips that will help with keeping your clothes stain and wrinkle-free.

1. Keep Chalk Handy

Nasty grease stains, oh no! Rub chalk on the oil stain as it is happening, it’s ultra-absorbent and will hold you over until you can wash the garment.

2. Speed Up the Drying Process

Dryer cycle taking too long? You can make the drying process quicker by adding a clean, dry towel to the load.

3. Use Ice Cubes to Iron Your Wrinkles

Wrinkles no more. Toss the wrinkled clothes in the dryer with a couple of ice cubes, put it to the warmest setting, and let the ice cube create steam in the dryer to leave your clothes looking smooth.

4. Shaving Cream = Stain Remover

Who would have thought shaving cream would be used for more than shaving? The foamy nature of shaving cream helps lift stains. It contains similar ingredients in many soaps, so it is a quick fix. Work it in, let it sit, then blot it up.

5. Vodka the Deodorizer

Keep a spray bottle full of vodka and use it to freshen up your smelly clothes for one more re-wear before washing them again.

6. Use Dryer Balls Instead of Dryer Sheets

Dryer balls speed up your drying time and smooth out wrinkles. Dryer sheets can prevent the fabrics from functioning the way they were designed.

7. Pre-Soak Gym Clothes in Vinegar

Have stinky gym clothes? Soak them in a half a cup of white vinegar mixed with cold water for at least an hour before washing. This helps remove odors and helps with sweat stain buildup.

8. Baby Shampoo for Sweat Stains

Annoying sweat stain can be the worst. Treat sweat stains on the collars and underarm areas with a little baby shampoo and let it soak for 30 minutes before throwing them in the wash.

These quick hacks can help save your clothes from smells, stains, and wrinkles. E-Z Wash makes it easy to do your laundry quickly, in a clean environment.  Not in the mood or don’t have time to do your laundry, let us do it for you with our Wash Dry Fold service. For more information call 321-316-4767

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Why it only makes sense (and cents) to outsource your laundry service

You already know that you can outsource your dry cleaning, but did you also know you can outsource your laundry too? Whether you have a busy family, or you’re a working professional you have better things to do than sorting, washing, drying and folding your laundry.

Families

Washing and drying a load of laundry takes approximately 1 ½ hours. If you home has only one washing machine and one dryer, you’re spending all day chained to the laundry room, switching the loads. And honestly, once you get everything clean and folded, your family has accumulated more dirty laundry. It feels like you will never get ahead of the game.

Taking your laundry to the laundromat will save you quite a bit of time. There, you can wash and dry all of your loads of laundry simultaneously in multiple machines, cutting your time down significantly. It will still take about 1 ½ hours, but the rest of the day is yours.

Working Professionals

“Time is money.” You know the value of time and money, so you already outsource your housecleaning and many other tasks.  As a busy professional, you realize how much you’re worth per hour, and outsourcing these tasks allows you to focus on what you doing best. Isn’t it worth it to have your laundry done for you too?

At EZ Wash in Winter Park, we have two convenient options to help you save time and money. Our state of the art laundromat has an abundance of machines so you can get all of your laundry done quicker than doing it at home. Or, for an even quicker option, EZ Wash can wash, dry and fold your laundry for you. Just drop it off, and we’ll have it ready in a jiffy. The only question is, what will you do with all that extra time?

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