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why us...

our facilities are REALLY CLEAN. period.

After all, who wants to do their laundry done in a dirty, poorly maintained facility with run-down machines. We have attendants who’s job is to ensure the place is super clean. It’s priority #1 and they do it well!

professional, experienced & courteous staff

Our staff is well trained and very skilled. They are professional, courteous and they are always eager to help. Ask for a quick tour and let them introduce you to the facility and the equipment. All your fears will disappear!

we have the new state of the art washers, dryers and ozone sanitizing equipment

  • We have state of the art large capacity machines for different size loads
  • Larger loads and faster drying times, saving you money
  • Professional grade equipment gets your clothes cleaner than traditional home use equipment
  • Our ozone sanitizing system is in the hospital grade and provides cleaner, healthier fresher laundry
  • We use less water which is good for the environment

what is ozone?

Ozone, commonly referred to as “Natures’ Sanitizer,” is an unstable molecule that naturally purifies the atmosphere. Ozone is produced when a high energy source, such as lightning, splits a normal oxygen (O2) molecule, and they are then reformed as three parts of oxygen (Tri-Atomic Oxygen) or O3. The bond between the normal molecule of oxygen (O2) and this additional molecule of oxygen is weak and unstable, allowing for this molecule to virtually attack and neutralize almost anything organic that it comes in contact with. It is this instability that makes Ozone such a strong oxidizer and sanitizer.

Ozone is the strongest-reproducible sanitizer known to man. It is used in many industries that affect us daily. Ozone is much more than just a sanitizer. It is used almost exclusively by the bottled water industry. Ozone in solution destroys algae and bacteria to be able to purify drinking water without the strong chlorine after taste. Ozone is used to kill bacteria and fungus on produce. The after effects of ozone will give fruits and vegetables a longer shelf life. Ozone is used everyday in hotels to remove odors from hotel rooms. Smoking rooms can be odor free in just a few short hours. Ozone is used in the Food Processing industry to kill bacteria such as e-Coli. It has been proven in numerous tests that in high enough concentrations, ozone is very effective in killing bacteria and viruses such as: HIV and Hepatitis, plus the new Superbugs: C.Diff, Aspergillus niger, and MRSA.

benefits

  • eliminates most viruses and bacteria
  • kills mold and mildew
  • superior cleaning and stain removal
  • removers stubborn odors such as smoke and sweat
  • leaves laundry smelling clothesline fresh
  • brightens whites without the need for bleach
  • softens and fluffs towels
  • extend fabric life
  • all natural chemical free process

wash, dry and fold services

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how it works

Schedule your order for pickup

You may call, schedule on website or through the app.
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Your laundry is weighed

Cost is communicated to you.
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Wash, dry & fold

Laundry is sorted according to colours.
Washed and dried in our state of the art commercial equipment.
Items are sorted, folded with precision and returned to you in clear bags.

Pay for your order & schedule delivery

Get your order delivered

pickup & delivery prices

wash, dry & fold (includes ozone sanitizing)

$ 2
00
per lb
  • No Commitment
  • $50 minimum order, excl. tax
  • pick up and delivery included
  •  

One load of laundry
is approximately 10 lbs.

One load of laundry
is approximately 10 lbs.

monthly subscription plans

1 bag / month

Approximately 25 lbs
$ 50
00
  • Pay only $2/ lb
  • Includes a free premium laundry bag
    (15" W x 10" D x 26" H)
  • weekly pick up and delivery included
  • Perfect for individuals & students

2 bags / month

Approximately 50 lbs
$ 90
00
  • Pay only $1.80/ lb
  • Includes a free premium laundry bag
    (15" W x 10" D x 26" H)
  • weekly pick up and delivery included
  • Perfect for two people

3 bags / month

Approximately 75 lbs
$ 120
00
  • Pay only $1.60/ lb
  • Includes two free premium laundry bags
    (15" W x 10" D x 26" H)
  • weekly pick up and delivery included
  • Perfect for small families

4 bags / month

Approximately 100 lbs
$ 150
00
  • Pay only $1.50/ lb
  • Includes two free premium laundry bags
    (15" W x 10" D x 26" H)
  • weekly pick up and delivery included
  • Perfect for larger families

bedding

prices


One load of laundry is
approximately 10 lbs.

wash, dry & fold

Delivery Minimum (Up to 25 lbs order) $50
+ Every additional lbs $2.00 / lbs

bedding

Blanket:
Single & Double $10
Queen & King $15

Comforter fibre-filled:
Single & Double $25
Queen & King $35
Comforter down-filled:
Single & Double $45
Queen & King $55

Duvet & Cover:
Single & Double $45
Queen & King $55
Pillows: $10
Mattress Cover: $20
Blanket:
Single & Double ………………………...............…........………. $10
Queen & King ………………....................………….......………. $15

Comforter fibre-filled:
Single & Double …….………….......................................…. $25
Queen & King …………………….............….....……..…………. $35
Comforter down-filled:
Single & Double …………………........…….....……….…..…. $45
Queen & King …………………........…….....…….……………. $55

Duvet & Cover:
Single & Double ………………….........…….....………..……. $45
Queen & King ………………….........…….....…………………. $55
Pillows: ………….........……….........…….....…………………. $10
Mattress Cover: …………………........…….....……………. $20

special ozone washing services

Hockey Equipment:
Full Duffel Bag $60
Full hockey team equipment pricing available. Contact for quote.

Smoke Restoration:
Delivery Minimum (Up to 25 lbs order) $60
+ Every additional lbs $3 / lbs
Camp Laundry:
Duffel Bag (Any Size) $90
Sleeping Bags $20

Other Sports Eqiupment:
Contact us for a quote
Commercial Linen:
Contact us for a quote
Hockey Equipment:
Full Duffel Bag ……………………….................…........………. $60
Full hockey team equipment pricing available. Contact for quote.

Camp Laundry:
Duffel Bag (Any Size) …………………..........……….…..…. $90
Sleeping Bags …………………........…….....……...…………. $20

Commercial Linen:
Contact us for a quote
Smoke Restoration:
Delivery Minimum (Up to 25 lbs order)…….………...…. $60
+ Every additional lbs …………………...…..............……. $3 / lbs
Other Sports Eqiupment:
Contact us for a quote

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hockey & sports equipment
cleaning & sanitizing

Bacteria and mold growing in hockey and other sports equipment poses very serious health risks. They also create harsh odours and eat away at the foam and other padding. This makes equipment less protective and makes athletes skin vulnerable to very serious staph infection such as MRSA.

The only way to effectively clean and sanitize hockey and other sports equipment at home is to wash it in hot water with chlorine bleach. However, this cleaning process can damage the padding and fabric colors, while leaving behind a harsh chemical residue which can irritate the skin.

Our all-natural ozone washing technology uses no bleach and cold water. It effectively cleans and sanitizes the equipment, which eliminates most harmful viruses, moulds and bacteria, including MRSA. Our process also significantly reduces harsh locked-in sweaty odours, which regular washing cannot remove. This ozone washing system is the same technology used by professional hockey and other sports teams around the world. And now it is available to you or your team!

full hockey duffle bag pricing

pickup & delivery ........................................................................................ $60
pickup & delivery ................................ $60
* full team pricing available on request
* skates and helmets are manually sanitized
** in-store self-serve also available

cleaning tips...

StainTreatment
Adhesive tape, chewing gum,
rubber cement
1. Apply ice or cold water to harden surface; scrape with a dull knife.
2. Saturate with prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid.
3. Rinse, then launder.
Baby formula1. Pretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes.
2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains
3. Launder.
Beverages (coffee, tea, soft drinks,
wine, alcoholic beverages)
1. Sponge or soak stain in cool water.
2. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent, liquid detergent booster or paste of powder laundry product and water.
3. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
NOTE: Older stains may respond to pretreating or soaking in a product containing enzymes, then laundering.
BloodFresh Stains
Soak in cold water (do not use hot water as it will set blood stains). Launder.
Dried Stains
Pretreat or soak in warm water with a product containing enzymes. Launder.
NOTE: If stain remains, rewash using a bleach safe for fabric.
Bodily fluids1. Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.
2. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
Brown or yellow discoloration from
iron, rust, manganese
Use a rust remover recommended for fabrics; launder.
NOTE: Do not use a sodium hypochlorite bleach to remove rust stains because it may intensify discoloration
Candle wax1. Scrape off surface wax with a dull knife.
2. Place stain between clean paper towels and press with a warm iron. Replace paper towels frequently to absorb more wax and to avoid transferring stains.
3. Place stain facedown on clean paper towels. Sponge remaining stain with prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid; blot with paper towels. Let dry.
4. Launder.
NOTE: If any color remains, rewash using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
Chocolate1. Pretreat or prewash in warm water with a product containing enzymes. Or, treat with a prewash stain remover.
2. Launder.
NOTE: If stain remains, rewash using a bleach safe for fabric.
Collar, cuff soil1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent or paste of powder detergent and water.
2. Launder.
 
Cosmetics1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent, paste of powder detergent or laundry additive and water. Or, rub with bar soap.
2. Launder.
CrayonFor a Few Spots:
1. Treat the same as candle wax or dampen the stain and rub with bar soap,
2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.
For a Whole Load of Clothes:
1. Wash with hot water using a laundry soap and 1 cup (212 g) baking soda.
NOTE: If color remains, launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. Otherwise, pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes or an oxygen bleach using hottest water safe for fabric, then launder.
Dairy products1. Pretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes.
2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains.
3. Launder.
Deodorants, antiperspirantsLight Stains:
1. Pretreat with liquid laundry detergent. Launder.
Heavy Stains:
1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover. Allow to stand for 5 to 10 minutes.
2. Launder using an oxygen bleach.
Dye transfer1. Attempt restoration of white fabrics that have picked up color from other fabrics by using a packaged color remover, following label directions.
2. Launder.
NOTE: If dye remains, launder again using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. For non-colorfast fabrics, soak in oxygen bleach, then launder.
NOTE: This type of stain may be prevented if proper sorting and laundering procedures are followed.
Egg1. Pretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes.
2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains.
3. Launder.
Fabric softener1. Dampen the stain and rub with bar soap.
2. Rinse out, then launder.
Fruit, juices1. Wash with bleach safe for fabric.
 
Grass1. Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.
NOTE: If stain persists, launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
Grease, oilLight Stains:
1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent or liquid detergent booster.
2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.
Heavy Stains:
1. Place stain facedown on clean paper towels. Apply cleaning fluid to back of stain.
2. Replace paper towels under stain frequently.
3. Let dry, rinse. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.
InkNOTE: Some inks in each of the following categories _ ballpoint, felt tip, liquid- may be impossible to remove, Laundering may set some types of ink. Try pretreating using one of the following methods:
Prewash Stain Remover:
1. Pretreat using a prewash stain remover. Launder.
Denatured Alcohol or Cleaning Fluid:
1. Sponge the area around the stain with the alcohol or cleaning fluid before applying it directly on the stain.
2. Place stain facedown on clean paper towels. Apply alcohol or cleaning fluid to back of stain. Replace paper towels frequently.
3. Rinse thoroughly. Launder.
Alternate Method for Denatured Alcohol or Cleaning Fluid:
1. Place stain over mouth of a jar or glass; hold fabric taut.
2. Drip the alcohol or cleaning fluid through the stain so ink will drop into the container as it is being removed.
3. Rinse thoroughly. Launder.
MildewNOTE: Badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.
1. Launder stained items using a bleach safe for fabric and hottest water recommended for fabric.
Mud1. When dry, brush off as much mud as possible.
Light Stains:
2. Pretreat with a paste of powder detergent and water, liquid laundry detergent or a liquid detergent booster. Launder.
Heavy Stains:
1. Pretreat or presoak with a laundry detergent or a product containing enzymes. Launder.
Mustard1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover.
2. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.
Nail polishNOTE: Nail polish may be impossible to remove.
1. Try nail polish remover but do not use on acetate or triacetate fabrics.
2. Place stain facedown on clean paper towels. Apply nail polish remover to back of stain. Replace paper towels frequently.
3. Repeat until stain disappears, if it does.
4. Rinse and launder.
PaintWater-based Paint:
1. Rinse fabric in warm water while stains are still wet.
2. Launder.
NOTE: Once paint is dry, it cannot be removed.
Oil-based Paint and Varnish:
1. Use the same solvent the label on the can advises for a thinner.
2. If not available, use turpentine.
3. Rinse.
4. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, bar soap or laundry detergent.
5. Rinse and launder.
 
Perfume1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover or liquid laundry detergent.
2. Launder.
Perspiration1.Use a prewash stain remover or rub with bar soap.
NOTE: If perspiration has changed the color of the fabric, apply ammonia to fresh stains or white vinegar to old stains; rinse.
2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.
NOTE: Stubborn stains may respond to washing in a product containing enzymes or oxygen bleach in hottest water safe for fabric.
Pine resin1. Sponge cleaning fluid into the stain; let dry.
2. Mix liquid laundry detergent and ammonia; soak stain in the solution.
3. Launder using liquid laundry detergent.
ScorchNOTE: Badly scorched fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.
1. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. Or, soak in oxygen bleach and hot water, then launder.
Shoe polishLiquid Shoe Polish:
1. Pretreat with a paste of powder detergent and water.
2. Launder.
Paste Shoe Polish:
1. Scrape residue from fabric with a dull knife.
2. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid; rinse.
3. Rub detergent into dampened area.
4. Launder using a bleach safe for fabric.
Tar1. Scrape residue from fabric.
2. Place stain facedown on paper towels. Sponge with cleaning fluid. Replace paper towels frequently to absorb more tar and to avoid transferring stains.
3. Launder in hottest water safe for fabric.
Tobacco1. Dampen stain and rub with bar soap; rinse.
2. Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.
3. Launder.
NOTE: If stain remains, launder again using a bleach safe for fabric.
Typewriter correction fluid1. Let stain dry thoroughly, then gently brush excess off with a clothes brush.
2. Send to professional drycleaner and mention the type of stain.

For a lot more, see cleaning101.

Important Note! Due to fabric, dye, stain, chemical variations, time and other variables, these suggestions should be considered guidelines only. Wash World Coin Laundry will bear no responsibility for damaged fabrics due either to laundry stains or the outcome of following these guidelines or suggested products. Always test in an inconspicuous area first to ensure any products used will not damage fabric. When in doubt, consult a professional.