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Cuss

  1 month ago

Laundrettes
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Have you used a laundrette? I live very close to one and have used it when moving home and waiting for a machine to be delivered. Its very warm on the outside wall of the passage that runs along side the dryers. I've noticed that homeless people are sleeping there and it seems sad they have no proper shelter, there was a wooden bench but it got smashed up and now they can't even get off the ground.
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
Never for my own laundry ( yet :).
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Chris563

  1 month ago
I have never used one, there is none near us
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
I’ve never used one!
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chowen

  1 month ago
I use one at times Mary, when I have to wash bulky items or have a large wash to do.
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yvonne7495

  1 month ago
just once about 20 years agonto wash a kingsize duvet that\s how i met my first lodger
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roselily1

  1 month ago
we have one in another village about 10 miles away and i only ever used it for duvet ,when i was first married in the late 70 s we had two in our village which were very handy as i did not have a washing machine ,i now have a washer and a dryer that takes double sized duvets so i have no need for one ,but some people still need them
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SimonGUK

  1 month ago
I use a local launderette, as my washing machine packed up some time ago and I cannot sfgord a new one. Very cosy in the winter but too warm in the summer months. No issues with the homeless though.
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Meryl10

  1 month ago
i used one when I was still living with the parents.. but there are none round here..
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bickler1

  1 month ago
I did a few times when I lived in London bedsits but they were pretty grim places in the 60s and I am sure the bewhiskered lady attendants were ex prison guards.
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Bismuth

  1 month ago
That's sad about the homeless people :-(. I used the university laundrette in my first year, since our accommodation didn't have a washing machine. It was expensive (£3 for a wash) and the washers were bad in quality. I'm so glad that I have one in my flat this year!
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