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Water Refilling Station As Complementing Business With Laundry

Allan of Cebu Said,July 24th, 2011 @10:47 am   When will the next seminar in cebu be? intrested po ako to join the bandwagon dahil sa tips n tricks of this blog. I currently have a water refilling station with one R.O. membrane. And if I have to add a laundry shop beside it, I’m planning

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APRIL Laundry Business Seminar Is Now Open For Reservation

Schedule of the next seminar is APRIL 16,2011 – MANILA AREA It will start 9:00 am onwards till end of open forum (ONE DAY ONLY) For the seminar, here are the topics to be discussed: -Start up capitalization -Feasibility Study -Setting Up of the Laundry Shop( lay out) -Dry cleaning Procedure -Marketing Strategies -How to’s

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Lucy, Answer About Machines, Capacity, Clothes Mixing and Laundry Net

Hi Lucy! Sorry for the late posting.. Anyway, please read on. My reply is at every end of your query in bold letters.. thank you and good luck! Lucy Lopez Said,December 27th, 2010 @8:00 pm Hi Ms Monette, Nag iipon na ako ng mga gamit for laundry shop since I can’t afford ng sabay-sabay masyadong

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How Long Does A Laundry Machine Last #748

Published on August 14, 2008 by in Uncategorized

to everyone who are in this business for more than three years: In your own experience, does a 10.5kg top load machine last for three years? This will help in my comp*tation of the equipment depreciation. Thank you. -perpax- I’m already 6 years in the business, and my toploads are still working, except for my

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Laundry Machines Needed for Processing 160 kgs of Clothes #549

Published on July 28, 2008 by in Uncategorized

Guyz, just wondering, pls. advise, If i get to laundry 80 clients per day, averages 2 kgs laundry per client. So it will be 80 x 2 = 160 kgs..How many 8 or 10 kg washer unit shall i use?? -medium- In my experience, average kg/customer is 4.8kg. My minimum is 3kgs, if di aabot,

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