The hours for this place are misleading. Upon arriving, my daughter was turned away because she didn't get there an hour and a half before their closing time. I'm pretty sure one set of Queen sized sheets can be washed and dried within an hour.
- Clean- Loyalty Card spend $10 get $2 free, AWESOME- Worker present ( at least when I was there)- New washers and dryers- Free soap- Free WiFi- Loads of extra services (full service, my favorite you wash, they dry, they fold)- Did I mention CLEAN
My name is Symphony, and I have to say that this is the best laundry mat in the city! I was referred here from a friend and this laundry mat has exceeded my expectations.
What is admirable about this shop is the way they treat each and every service specially. The care they put in for their clients is topnotch.
My wife and I were thinking about getting fluff and fold service at Wash N Go Laundry, We brought over 8 loads of laundry to wash, dry and fold, crazy I never been to a laundromat before, but the attendant, yes they have an attendant help us choose the right size washers and how to put soap in the machine. We were able to wash, dry and fold our clothes in less then 2 hours which is amazing, but a lot of work so next time we are trying the fluff and fold service, overall had a great experience and got to use their loyalty card, no coins yeah crazy I know but so cool and many other reasons like super clean, free wifi, a life saver if you get bored love it and this is my regular spot now..
love washing my clothes her
If you enjoy getting your clothes mixed up with other clients. Then, after returning the clothes that aren't yours and inquiring on your missing clothes, being told that you're "lying"...well, then this is the place for you. Basically I was told that the clothes never get mixed up, which is odd considering they obviously were. I explained that I'd opened one of the bags, seeing my son's clothes on top, and that after I pulled out his clothes then I realized the rest weren't mine. The owner replied, "that's not true." Funny...because it was, the honest to God truth. Then, they kept trying to pull trick questions on me to prove I was lying, such as "well, did you or did you not receive a pair of pants on a hanger." To which I replied, "no." I did receive a pair of black capris, which may or may not have been on a hanger before I took them off. Honestly, I don't remember if they were, I was too distracted trying to dig through what was and what wasn't mine in the bags I was given. Of course, me not taking notes as I dug through apparently means that I wasn't telling the truth. Not that this company made a mistake, or at least not one that they're willing to own up to. I mean, it's undeniable they made a mistake seeing as I returned a huge tub full of clothes that weren't mine. But did they find any of my missing clothes? No. They assured me I received all of my belongings back, and that the clothes were never actually mixed up (even though I pulled my son's clothes out of a bag full of some stranger's clothes). Basically, they'll get your clothes mixed up, refuse to own up to their mistake, then make you feel like it was your fault for the "not mistake" occurring. Oh, and if you think that I even got offered a refund for all of this trouble, think again. They never even apologized. I accept my loss, because I know that the universe will only throw back what you throw out. So, lady owner and her disorganized employees, all of which were very rude, enjoy your bad karma.