Free Dry, Free Wi-Fi, and Big Machines At MegaWash Laundromat in Carmichael

Megawash Laundromat in Carmichael is now offering free dry with wash. The laundromat features tons of folding areas, snack bar, and big machines along with free Wi-Fi and abundant seating.

Carmichael, United States - May 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The new MegaWash laundromat opened in Carmichael, California is offering its customers free drying. To qualify for the Carmichael laundry free dry all a customer needs to do is pay for the washing of their clothes.

The laundromat free dry in Carmichael came about when the owner, Michael Nemetz, talked to customers at his other MegaWash laundromats and discovered that free drying was something that they really wanted.

Nemetz stated “we wanted to be the best laundromat in Carmichael so offering our customers a free dry with their wash was a simple decision to make. To keep the customers coming back we knew that we needed to offer a valuable incentive and free drying was a popular offer with our customers”.

Nemetz also said “to be the stand out laundromat in any area you need to offer more than just the best services and the latest technology machines. Competition is fierce and we knew we had to offer something extra. We already provide our customers with blisteringly fast WiFi but offering them a free dry after their wash was the clincher”.

A local Carmichael laundry customer said “the new MegaWash is very modern and clean and it has excellent machines for a great wash. When I heard that they were offering free drying with each wash I had to check it out, and now I won’t go anywhere else for my laundry”.

One of the other initiatives implemented by Nemetz was for the staff at the Carmichael MegaWash to check that only clean clothing goes into the driers “other laundromats do not seem to care about dirty clothes going into drying machines but we do, so our staff are always checking for this”. This prevents the unfortunate situation where clothing comes out of the dryer smellier than before they were cleaned, which is a problem some customers have reported happening at other laundromats in the area.

About Carmichael MegaWash Laundromat

The new MegaWash in Carmichael has the very latest in washing and drying machines to ensure that their customers receive a professional clothes wash. The laundromat is large and has space for folding clothes and also a relaxation area and a snack bar.

Customers can pay for their washes using a mobile app which they can load up using Apple Pay, Android Pay, a debit or credit card and even cash. The machines at the Carmichael MegaWash will accept coins as well. There is very fast WiFi as well as the free dry at this Carmichael laundromat. Click here for directions to Megawash Laundromat.

Contact Info:
Name: Spencer Nemetz
Email: Send Email
Organization: Megawash Laundromat
Address: 6002 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA 95608, United States
Website: https://www.megawash.org/carmichael-laundromat/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958791

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