Washing clothes is usually considered to be a daily odd job. It is nothing that one does with eagerness but it is something that is to be done. For people who do not have time and patience for this particular chore need to seek help of other alternatives. The best solution of getting all your clothes washed without any hassle is to opt services of a Laundromat.
Melissa’s Coin offers high capacity washing equipment and dryers. The offer hanging racks and rolling carts that make the process of doing your laundry faster and more efficient. Don’t force your bedding into a home-style washer and dryer. Most household equipment holds up to 12 pounds of laundry (a basket of laundry), which is not an adequate size to accommodate a queen comforter. Commercial washers can hold up to 75 pounds and take half the time! Because Melissa’s Coin Laundry is full of washers and lots of dryers mean less time waiting to change loads. Get it all done at once. Plus, large machines wash multiple loads of laundry at one time! Simple wash and fold laundry can be so time consuming! Just when you finish your last load, a new load is staring back at you. Don't let the never-ending piles of laundry smother you! Let Melissa’s wash, dry and fold your laundry for you. First your clothes are sorted and colors are separated from whites. Then they wash and dry your clothes in separate machines for each customer, according to their preferences. Finally, your clothes are neatly folded, socks are matched and the clothes are wrapped up nice and tidy like a present! Scheduled pick-up and 24 hour drop of is available.
Melissa’s Coin Laundry is located just south of the Carolina Beach Lake at 702 South Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach. They can be reached by calling (910) 622-6723, follow them on Facebook for updates!
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