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How to Make Money Doing Laundry
This post was sponsored by Laundry Care. All opinions are my own.
Yes, mamas, you read that right! If you are looking for a flexible, fun, easy way to make money while getting a sense of fulfillment at the same time, keep reading! You can make money doing laundry. You know how to do laundry anyway, right? You get a sense of pride of managing each wash in your home, getting fresh, great smelling laundered clothes, folding them beautifully and putting them away for you and family. Here’s a cool way to monetize that..
Meet Laundry Care
Laundry Care is a company that helps give consumers more family time and less stress by helping you outsource your laundry needs to their company.
They are the ULTIMATE SOLUTION to help you get your laundry done.
Your laundry can be done right and at an affordable price. Whether your schedule is too busy or you’re just in a pinch, they will help by picking up, cleaning, folding and returning laundry back nice and neat! And, they offer nationwide service!
It makes total sense doesn’t it?
Just like you would outsource your home cleaning to a housekeeper or outsource home repairs to a plumber or mechanic, you can do the same for laundry!
If you’re like me, laundry is one of the most dreaded chores of the week.
I never thought I’d feel this way, considering all the other home chores:
- Sweeping and mopping
- Doing the dishes/cleaning the kitchen
- Washing windows
- Dusting/polishing home goods
Of all those chores, laundry care is my least loved chore.
The whole process makes me feel like a disorganized mess.
First, once I work up the courage to actually do the laundry, I have to trek from room to room gathering dirty clothes and linens. Then I have to chuck my way down the stairs, walk around the living room, through the kitchen and do load after load! Wash, dry, fold, put away.
And, I work from home!
Think about a busy corporate managing a family, doing this! They would LOVE to outsource this chore.
So, there is definitely a need for this in the market.
Look at all these benefits..
For you, it’s an awesome opportunity to make money with Laundry Care! And, so much less tedious than if you did your own laundry. This is how…
So, you’ve decided you’d like to be a provider for Laundry Care. Here’s how it works:
Step 1.) Visit this page
Step 2.) Click Apply Now
Step 3.) Complete the 1-page application to get started
Here are some of the requirements for being a laundry provider:
- Enjoy doing laundry
- Must have a washer and driver
- 21+ years old
- Clean background
- Reliable vehicle
- Daytime availability
- Internet access
What your day looks like as a Laundry Care provider?
You will drive and pick up laundry from people’s homes, return to your home, then wash, dry, and fold the clothes. Return the clothes back to the client clean and ready to wear.
You’ll have the flexibility of scheduling and accepting orders, as well as getting paid online.
You’ll get a startup supply kit for $30 and it includes:
- 5 Laundry Care nylon bags (reusable)
- Clear garment covers
- Plastic bag tags
How much will you get paid?
Our Providers are Independent Contractors and get paid $19 – $20 per bag of processed laundry. Each bag holds about 2-3 loads of laundry. Pay will vary and depends on many factors such as Provider marketing and local demand for service.
How is payment made?
Your payment will be sent weekly via direct deposit
Other requirements, aside from supply kit?
Basic laundry products for doing laundry like, detergent, fabric softener, stain treatments and dryer sheets. Hangers and garment covers are also items that will keep your service looking professional.
Yes! You set your service area where you are willing to travel for pickups and deliveries. We match clients to Providers based on the service area so it’s very important to give us an accurate service area
Getting excited yet?
Check out real reviews from Laundry Care providers..
“Unlike a majority of the providers I was looking for a flexible second job that paid well. Laundry Care has provided me a flexible second income. I have the autonomy and responsibility of an owner/operator but the support of Laundry Care for accounting, marketing, supplies and support.”-from Kurt in Nashville
“What I like about being a Laundry Care Provider is the flexibility to work from home doing what I do everyday anyway and get paid for it. I can attend school and sports activities for my son and not miss out on his special events. Everyone in the Home Office is very accessible and provides the extra support when needed.” -from Patricia in Chicago
“Laundry Care has been a great experience for me personally. Since becoming a Provider, I have noticed that I’m learning some valuable life lessons in a new way. One is how to think on my feet. Another is how to communicate more effectively with people. I’ve always been a people person but I’ve definitely noticed these are two skills I’ve gotten better at during my time with them.”-from Carissa in Vancouver
You’ll love this opportunity with Laundry Care!
- Pays weekly
- Quiet work on your own (introverts love this)
- Easy and fun
Who this job is for?
If you are a stay at home mom interested in making money with an opportunity that allows you to work from home, with the flexibility of still being able to manage your home, drop off kids at school, be home for after school, etc.
If you’re a college student (21 or older) looking for a job that will work well around your school schedule. You have access to a washer/dryer and reliable transportation to pick up/drop off client garments, wash, dry, and fold clothes.
Work from homers who are looking for a way to earn extra money flexibly.
To sign up as a provider with Laundry Care click here to get started!
Already working as a laundry provider? Comment below to share your thoughts and experience!
Navy vet spouse and mama to 1 with a humungo drive for saving big, hustling hard and monetizing my passion! I help mamas with money savings and money making hacks to help organize and fuel their busy lives. My super powers is being a finder of lost things. I’m so obsessed with Pinterest I made a Facebook group about it, join bloggers like me on Pinning Ain’t Easy!