Uber for Laundry and Dry Cleaning

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#2 Product of the DayDecember 05, 2013
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Jason Evanish
Jason Evanish@evanish · CEO GetLighthouse.com for managers
Agreed this is a big deal in SF. I currently use LaundryLocker which you have to go to their nearby lockers to drop off, but uses SMS well to make it a seamless experience and has more customization than Wash.io (like detergent used, washing instructions, etc) You can try it too here: https://laundrylocker.com/accoun...
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
In San Francisco few people have an in-home washer and dryer. Visiting a laundromat is a pain, especially for busy professionals. About 1.5 years ago, I created a landing page to collect email address to test demand for a similar concept. I called it LaundryMate (I know, terrible idea). After launching the page, I realized I didn't want to get into the laundry business, no matter how much demand there was for the service. I didn't follow through with the test but based on Washio's initial traction, there seems to be demand.
Sonia Sanchez
Sonia SanchezHunter@sonialsanchez · Digital, Hillary for America
We're certainly gonna try it! Plus I'm really excited for the dry cleaning service, which is SUCH a hassle!
Derek Shanahan
Derek ShanahanPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
Big market, although a nuanced set of human behaviors that are very regional. Chicago's a very different market when it comes to laundry machines and dry cleaning (not a criticism, just a hard growth challenge a la uber).
Nadia Eghbal
Nadia Eghbal@nayafia · GitHub
There's Prim, as well, if you're shopping around for a laundry service. :) https://getprim.com/