How To Do Laundry In NYC

Laundry might not seem like the most exciting topic, but if you live in New York City and do your own laundry, it’s something you have to think about every week! This guide will help you figure out where to do your laundry, what types of equipment are best, and how to take care of the whole process without having to stress about it. Hopefully by the end of this article, you’ll be able to say goodbye to laundry anxiety and enjoy doing your laundry just like everyone else in NYC!

What You Need To Pack?

Depending on how long you’re staying and what you’ll be doing, take a few different outfits. Personally, I like to have one pair of weekend clothes like leggings or sweats, one or two outfits for work and then enough undergarments so that I can wash my bras every three days.

Where You Can Do Your Laundry?

The quickest and easiest way to do laundry is at your apartment or dorm. If you have a washing machine, it’s easy to stick your clothes in there and wash them yourself, although most buildings don’t supply soap—you’ll have to buy that yourself or use what you already have. You can also go downstairs to a Laundromat, but they might be hard to find, especially if you live outside of Manhattan.

How Much Does It Cost?

The cost of doing laundry varies depending on where you live and whether you have coin-operated machines or an apartment with a washing machine. Some buildings don’t allow washers and dryers, so know your building’s rules before you begin looking for coin-op machines.

So, this is everything you need to know about laundry in NYC.