Wash Cycle Laundry

Wash Cycle Mission

Student Laundry Plans
With Student Laundry Plans, Wash Cycle Laundry will handle your dirty clothes all year. Each week of the semester, Wash Cycle will visit your Residence Hall to pick-up your clothes - on a bicycle.  Wash Cycle will wash, dry, and fold as much or as little laundry as you have, and deliver it back to you the next day. Once you sign up, they will share details about your hall's pick-up spot, plus the day and time for service each week. You can sign up online here

Pricing:
One Semester, Service 1x/week: $500
One Semester, Service 2x/week: $850
Full Year, Service 1x/week: $900
Full Year, Service 2x/week: $1,550
*D.C. Sales Tax rates apply

Dates:
Fall Semester Service:  Begins week of September 5, Ends week of December 19
Spring Semester Service: Begins week of January 16, Ends week of May 8. 
***No service week of March 6 for Spring Break

If you sign up after the semester begins, prices are prorated accordingly.

Campus Dry Cleaning
Drop-off service students, staff, and faculty at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center. Take your items to the front desk by 5pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and have everything returned in 2 days or less. All items are cleaned in a chemical-free process and delivered in a re-usable bag.

Pricing
Per piece, pay as you go
$2.50 Laundered and machine-pressed shirts
$7 Half Your Body (Pants, Blouses, Blazers, Skirts)
$14 All Your Body (2 piece Suits, Dresses)
$20+ Even Bigger (Coats, Comforters)
$3-5 Extras (trim, sequins, or stains)

 

Questions?
Call 888.611.WASH (9274) with any questions, or connect with Wash Cycle @WashCyclistHOYA on twitter & Instagram, and on facebook

About Wash Cycle Laundry

Wash Cycle Laundry in the News
"New Laundry Service Holds up Jesuit Values" - The Hoya
"Startup Hires Marginalized Staff and Delivers 300 Pounds of Laundry on Bikes - Successfully" - Forbes
"Why You Should be Outsourcing Your Laundry by Bike" - Fast Company
""There's a New Laundry Sheriff in Town" - Washington Post
"Cleaning Up with Investors after Bootstrapping a Business" - MSNBC