Washing Your Clothes

Washing Your Clothes

by Joe C
(Delaware)

In all these web sites no one mentions how or where you wash your clothes, I'm just starting to think about getting into RVing. I'm a boater and found a dealer who will take my boat as a trade in on a trailer.

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Jul 14, 2013
Laundrymat does it all
by: Anonymous

We fulltime in our RV but we are usually on a site for 9 months. We find a laundry that washes, dries and folds by the lb. 89 cents a lb is worth it not to stay at the laundrymat. Drop off and pick up same day or next day.

Apr 01, 2012
Laundry
by: buckeye6977

We have a 5th wheel and after using coin operated machines for a year, we purchased a washer and dryer stackable. It has been well worth the money. As for being charged extra, I have yet to be charged extra for having my own laundry services. The stackable are better than the all in one unit. You can wash a load and dry a load at the same time as opposed to taking 3 to 4 hrs for 1 load.

Mar 31, 2012
Clothes - Laundry
by: Camper4Lifex2

Most campgrounds have a coin laundry on site. This is what I use, or find a local coin laundry and use that.

Some RVs actually have washer/dryer combo machines in them, or space and wiring/plumbing so you can add the machine later. I will say this tho, I have been told by the owner of the campground I stay in... that most campgrounds charge an XTRA fee for units that have these machines. He actually told me that he charges a $40.00 per month 'surcharge" in addition to the monthly site rent. So I will continue to use coin machines... no way I would wash enough laundry in a month to make that a worthwhile or acceptable charge. Good luck,and happy camping!

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