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City Limits Laundry & Tanning

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(3 Reviews)

50 W Nixon St, Cincinnati, OH 45220

(513) 751-6999

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Today: Open 24 Hours
19
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours
Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Fax: (513) 751-6999

Payment method
mastercard, discover, all major credit cards, amex, visa
Neighborhood
Clifton
AKA

City Limits 24 Hour Laundry & Tanning

Category
Tanning Salons
Other Information

Bike Parking: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

By Appointment Only: No

Parking: Free

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eustacescrubb

12/18/2012

Overall
The best place I've been to fo...

The best place I've been to for doing laundry in the city and I've lived in uptown for seven years. There's a good variety of washers with different load capacities (up to 5 at once), which run from around $2 to around $5.75. The dryers are 25 cents for ten minutes. It being open twenty-four hours is a lifesaver, but I wish more than one bus line ran by. The only one that does is the 51 and that only goes so late.. They have TV's (no sound) with various channels on and a radio station that keeps you moving and in a good mood. I can't remember having had a problem with the staff and I've jammed their washers with quarters more than once...

Bowermml

09/22/2011

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Accused me of trying to cheat them out of $5

I have been doing laundry here for the last 20 months. In that time I have spent approximately $1700 on laundry. I have interacted with all the staff numerous times, so they likely know my face.

The last two times that I went there, one of the machines that I tried to use took my money, but did not start. BOTH times the worker, a young woman in her late 20s or early thirties, accused me of trying to steal $5.25 from them.

That attitude and disrespect for a 38 year old man, who has provided significant business to this shop and who should be well known to the 2 or 3 employees that work there, has turned me away from this establishment permananetly.