Trade laundry for more time doing the things you love
Imagine not having to do a load of laundry at the end of a long day. Cleaned, pressed clothes would instead be sitting on hangers, delivered to your home.
This is what inspired West Chester resident John Eckstein to start Laundry Reimagined after retiring from 20 years at Cintas. Laundry Reimagined is a service designed for people who value their time and want to spend less of it sorting, washing, drying and folding laundry. They pick up your dirty laundry and return it cleaned within two days.
“If you do laundry every week like most people, you’re investing several hours in it. We can give those hours back to you,” John explains. “You could be spending that effort on something that’s more important to you.”
When he began his business last year, John made it a point invest in eco-conscious methods so he’s not harming the environment—or your clothing.
1. Plaint-Based Products
“There are a number of plant-based and dye-free hypoallergenic products out there. We are happy to use whatever the customer desires, but we find that more natural products are not as hard on your clothing,” John explains. “We have been using a scent-free dryer sheet infused with essential lavender oil and customers really love it.”
2. Recycling Hangers
“I supply new hangers as needed, but my customers are really good about returning and recycling their hangers,” John says.
3. Damp Dry
“When you over-dry clothing, it can cause pants to curl and seams to shrink, creating more lint. We got to hangers for all of our garments because we can pull a lot of them out a little damp and hang them up,” John explains. “In a short time they’re dry. Drying clothes just until they’re damp is easier on the clothes and easier on the environment.”