For people who do not own a washer and dryer, there are a couple of options to consider. One is to take the clothing to a service that will handle the washing, drying and folding. Another approach is to use one of the local Coin Laundry Services around town. Here are some tips for getting the most out of the latter option. Go EarlyWhen there are multiple loads of laundry to do, it pays to go early in the morning. Get there before the crowd arrives and it will be much easier to get a line of washing machines all in a row. Using this strategy will mean it only takes a glance to determine if it is time to add fabric softener or if the machine is finished and the clothes can be moved to a dryer. Take Along a BookThere has to be some way to kill time while the clothes are washing and drying. Why not use the time to get some reading done? Most Coin Laundry Services have seating areas for their customers, so it is easy enough to pull up a chair and settle in for a read between loading and unloading the washers and dryers. The laundry will be done after a few chapters, and it will be time to fold everything and go home. Basic Laundry CourtesyWhile making use of the coin laundry, always be courteous to other customers. This means not leaving laundry baskets on folding tables or failing to clean up any spills of the detergent or fabric softener. Monitoring the progress of the washers and dryers will mean the clothes are removed soon after they are done. With the equipment free, someone else can start doing their laundry. For people who like the idea of using a great coin operated laundry that also offers other services, visit Pilgrim Cleaners today. They have plenty of washers and dryers for those who like to do their own clothing, plus offering drop-off services for those who are a little pressed for time. Having options will make it all the easier to use whichever service is the best approach for the week.