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Wash and dry your laundry with The Revolution

The Revolution outdoor launderette is now based at APG Supplies & Services in Belcoo.

The Revolution outdoor launderette is now based at APG Supplies & Services in Belcoo.

DO YOU know that you should wash your duvet and pillows at least every 6 months? The reality is that we’re all busy, and visiting a dry cleaner or laundrette is not always convenient.

A solution has finally arrived in the form of a new and innovative outdoor self-service launderette! The Revolution outdoor launderette combines design and performance to provide users with an eco-friendly and economic washing experience. KIS Wash Laundry Solutions, a division of Photo-Me International plc, has installed over 1,500 units in Continental Europe.

The Revolution is ideal for washing regular loads but also for heavy ones such as duvets, throws and pillows.

This outdoor self-service launderette is equipped with 8kg and 18kg washing machines, built-in hypoallergenic washing liquid pump and a vented dryer. Not only is this machine available 24/7 but it’s also very economic: £4 for an 8kgs wash, £8 for an18kg wash and from only £2 for drying.

The customer only has to bring the washing, no need to think about
detergent. The highly concentrated washing liquid is free of phosphate and colouring agents and meets the EU ECOLABEL and ECOCERT standards. It is hypoallergenic, ideal for sensitive skin and has a pleasant neutral fragrance.

This is a convenient service being rolled out in Northern Ireland for either domestic use or local businesses that require professional washing facilities on a regular basis.

You can now wash and dry your laundry at APG Supplies & Services, 22 Railway St, Belcoo, Enniskillen, BT93 5FJ.

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