Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What are your hours?

Monday through Sunday: 5 a.m. – 10 p.m.

What is “last load in”?

Start your laundry in our machines by 8:30 p.m. If you get there before 8:30pm, you can wash and dry. No new customers are accepted after 8:30pm.

Is there someone to help me if I have a question or a problem?

Yes! There is always an attendant on duty at Route 33 Laundry.

How long does it take?

Our front loading washers and gas powered dryers are fast. Most wash cycles take around 20 minutes, and dryer times are typically around 30 minutes. How would you like to get a week’s worth of laundry (or even a month’s worth) done in under an hour?

What are your “busy hours”?

Route 33 Laundry’s busiest days of the week are Sunday and Saturday, with the most business occurring between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. And what is the “best” time to come in? Weekday mornings between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. are the least crowded.

I don’t have time to wash my clothes – can you do it for me?

Absolutely! Whether you’re short on time or would just rather have someone else take care of the laundry, we are your one-stop solution. We specialize in drop off laundry services and often wash larger items such as comforters, sleeping bags, and more.  Click here to see a list of our prices!

Do you offer drycleaning or ironing?

No, we do not offer these services. However, many items (including most comforters) that say “dry-clean only” on their tags can be washed without any issues. Feel free to check with any of our friendly attendants if you are not certain if your item can be washed or not. Dropping your comforter off with us to be washed can be significantly cheaper than having it dry-cleaned – it’s our specialty!

Why drop off laundry?

People have outsourced their laundry for a long time. It isn’t a new concept. At Route 33 Laundry we take pride in offering a service that can make your life easier. A lot of different people use our drop off service for a lot of different reasons:

  • A construction worker who doesn’t want to spend his one day off doing laundry.
  • Out-of-town visitors.
  • An elderly gentleman who now finds himself in the role of caregiver after his wife started having health problems.
  • Bachelors who are clueless about how to do laundry and their mothers don’t live nearby.
  • Busy professionals who value their time.
  • Busy mothers who value their time.
  • Busy mothers who are professionals who value their time.
  • A family whose home is undergoing remodeling and the laundry room is temporarily out of service.
  • People who would rather drop off their comforter for us to wash instead of paying much higher prices at the dry cleaners.
  • Small business owners who would rather outsource their company’s laundry chores instead of having to do it themselves.
  • A woman who tells us, “I hate doing laundry. You do it.” And we are happy to do so!

Which washer size should I use to wash my comforter?

It depends on the actual size of your comforter. Selecting the right washer is as simple as trying it on for size. If you put the comforter into the washer and you find yourself using your shoulder in order to get the door shut, you probably should use a larger washer. On the other hand, our front load washers actually work better when they are more than half full. In fact, you can fill the washer nearly completely full, just don’t stuff it tight leaving a little room for the water.

We accept the following forms of payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX. Discover, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, Android Pay



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