Check out the Laundry Project Story at Our Dale Mabry Store

The most recent Laundry Project held at our Dale Mabry location was a hit. We were happy to take part in a great cause and help provide one of the most basic necessities for families in need: clean clothes. Check out the story coverage on WFLA Channel 8 and Bay News9: The next Laundry Project will be held at our Dunedin location on Saturday
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The Laundry Project Helps Fight Poverty

The national news NBC Nightly News did a story about our Laundry Project. Jason Sowell launched the Laundry Project to help low-income families with the cost of washing their clothes. NBC’s Kerry Sanders report.   Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy


Our Dunedin Store Featured on 83 Degrees Media

Courtesy of 83 Degrees Media (Article by Jared Lenone) Published on   What To Do With Jar Of Quarters In Your Closet? Laundry Project Makes Good With Spare Change July Morales didn’t know how she was going to pay for her daughter’s elementary school lunch. She was planning to ask about installment payments to spread out the costs. Working in customer service at
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Summertime Laundry Tips

Whatever you call it, laundry is the arch-nemesis of many a household, particularly that of large families. You don’t have to do to the math to figure what a week’s worth of laundry looks like for an average family.  Depression over the never-ending piles of laundry can be real and get everyone down. But there is hope, and it comes in the form of
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Another Laundry Love Project!

Best Laundromats is happy to announce we will host another Laundry Love Project. The event will be held on Saturday May 25th from 10 am to 1 pm at our West Gandy location on 4320 W. Gandy Blvd. in Tampa. The Laundry Project (by Current of Tampa Bay) started with young adults committed to educating others on current social initiatives and mobilizing them to
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How to Survive the Laundromat

Unless you’re lucky enough to have an in-home laundry, you’re familiar with the workings of the laundromat. Many people find the laundromat a necessity–one that can be frustrating. If a weekly or monthly trip to the laundromat is a fact of your life, these suggestions can reduce the annoyance and maybe even make the trip a bit more pleasant. Instructions BYOD-Bring your own detergent.
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Interested in saving money on doing Laundry?

Take a look at this consumer report link. It contains valuable information regarding best buys on numerous laundry products including product ratings. Remember: Use only the recommended amount of detergent, more detergent will NOT make your clothes cleaner. Using more detergent than described causes skin irritation and wasted soap and money!

Laundry at home or Laundromat?

As we gather our dirty laundry and think of whether we should load it up in the car or drive down the street to the Laundromat, there’s plenty to think about. Check out this article on Laundromat vs. home laundry. Chances are, you’ll go to the Laundromat. Check for one of our locations near you!

Tips to Make Laundromat Trips Easier

Sort Your Laundry at Home If you sort your laundry at home, you’ll save time and have more workspace than at the laundromat. Use pillowcases or different colored laundry bags for whites and dark clothes. Check the Washer and Dryer Before Using Before you set something on top of the washer or dryer make sure the surface is clean. At best, you’ll get sticky
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Video: Best Laundry Detergents

Remember – More detergent does not get clothes cleaner. In fact, it can clog the machines, cause machines to stop due to over-foaming creating an interrupted wash cycle, causes severe skin irritation or skin burn, and is much more expensive! Choosing the right laundry detergent based on your financial need and sense of environmental responsibility requires weighing the pros and cons. Get an overview
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