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Cheap Laundry places in Warsaw

4 Jan 2015 #1
Can somebody please guide me the cheapest place to get laundry cleaned in Warsaw?

Many thanks in advance.
jon357 69 | 18,445
4 Jan 2015 #2
Which part of town are you in? There's a very cheap (and good) place in Zoliborz, on ul. Promyka.
Looker - | 1,107
4 Jan 2015 #3
Iron Master laundry looks not expensive:

On the map is their service coverage - you can call them or send an email, there's also a price calculator.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
4 Jan 2015 #4
Surely the cheapest solution is to flirt outrageously with your elderly neighbour and in so doing get her (or him) to open their big drum for your regular gratification. An occasional bag of washing aids may be all they expect from this 'neighbours with benefits' arrangement.
28 Aug 2016 #5
Merged: Shoe Laundry Warsaw

Hi, Does any one know good and cheap laundry places in Warsaw?

I bought new Zara shoes and someone dropped alcohol on them at the first day.

Any help will be useful.

2 Oct 2016 #6
Merged: Cheap places for Jacket Dry Cleaning In Warsaw

hi, Can anyone recommend cheap places in Warsaw around city center for dry cleaning of jackets?

jon357 69 | 18,445
2 Oct 2016 #7
Avoid '5 á sec', they're expensive and not in my experience very good. There are decent drycleaners on both ul. Hoża and ul. Wilcza. As a rule, for drycleaners in Poland, the oldest are the best (and cheapest), the worst are in shopping malls or ones with 'eko' in their name.

If you happen to be in Zoliborz, there's an excellent one on ul. Promyka behind the flats. They mostly do contract work (restaurant tablecloths, hotel upholstery etc) but not only. That's the one I always use and they shift stains that '5 á sec' doesn't (at less than half the price). I can strongly recommend them.

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