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Warren
Warren
June 6, 2018
You can just leave your laundry with them and they wash, dry and fold it.
Anita
Anita
August 12, 2017
Pick up or drop-off laundry services
Amanda
Amanda
January 26, 2017
The friendliest and cleanest laundromat I've ever been to. She will give you smaller change for the quarter machine if you only have large bills.
Lila
Lila
October 14, 2014
Very close laundromat with all new machines. Free soap and wifi!
Maria
Maria
January 18, 2012
A great place to either do your own laundry or have it done for you. The owners Gloria and Wilbert are super friendly and the place is clean. Free Wi-Fi.

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1101 Bourbon Street
LouisianaNew Orleans70116
電話+1 504-345-2828
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