How to Earn up to $500 a WEEK doing Laundry from Home

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This home business opportunity was sponsored by Laundry Care. All opinions in the post are my own.

Do you enjoy doing laundry?

If you’re like most people, your answer may be no, but when you find out how you can make up to $500 a WEEK doing it, your answer may very well change.

Laundry is an ongoing chore that we all do, BUT for some, who don’t have the time but do have the money, outsourcing is the new normal.

The company Laundry Care has capitalized on this opportunity and has now monetized the household chore of laundry which gives you a chance to make some extra money on your own schedule.

This job is perfect for stay-at-home moms because it doesn’t require phone calls, a quiet environment, nor does it require a degree or special training, and it’s COMPLETELY flexible based on your schedule.

Here at Tried and True Mom Jobs our mission is to create awareness of all the legitimate opportunities available that allow you to make money from home and the flexibility to spend more time with your family or doing more of whatever you want.

Related: 20 Stay at Home Mom Jobs

So, how does it all work?  Read on and hopefully all your questions will be answered and you can decide if this will work for you.

How Does the Laundry Care Service Work?

Clients sign up for service at www.laundrycare.biz and are matched up with a Laundry Care Provider (you) in their local area.  Once they’ve signed up, the order is sent to the Provider.

The Provider confirms the pickup and delivery schedule with the client and confirms any preferences.

Once the Provider picks up the items, they are then reported via Laundry Care’s app.  The Provider simply washes, dries, folds and returns the items to the client.

The typical turnaround time is 48 hours unless a rush service is requested.

Laundry Care takes care of the payment process and pays the Provider each week via direct deposit for all Laundry Processed.

It’s that Simple!

Basic Requirements:

  • Enjoys doing laundry
  • At least 21-years-old
  • Clean Background
  • Daytime Availability
  • Washer & Dryer
  • Reliable Vehicle
  • Smartphone
  • Internet Access

How Much Can I Make?

Payments are based on several factors but the standard payment is $20 per Laundry Care bag which holds about 2-3 loads of laundry.

Many factors can affect how much you make each week including location, availability, and demand.  Clients don’t sign contracts, so they can use the service as much or as little as they like.

Many current Providers are making up to $500 a week and some average between $100-$200 a week.

Payments are made WEEKLY via direct deposit.

Does It Cost Anything to Be a Laundry Care Provider?

The only cost to get started is your initial supply kit for $30.  This includes 5 Laundry Care nylon bags (reusable), clear garment covers and plastic bag tags, so you have all you need to take care of your first few clients.  Most clients are charged per bag, which is why it is a requirement to purchase the kit.

Once you become an Active Laundry Care Provider, you will be responsible for covering the cost of your gas, detergent, laundry products, etc.  However, as an Independent Contractor, many of these expenses are tax deductible! Be sure to consult a tax professional if you have more questions

What Does the Company Laundry Care do?

Laundry Care takes care of all the behind the scenes operations – Including customer inquiries, new client sign-ups, payment processing/invoicing, customer service/complaints.

As a Provider, you’ll also have access to their support team as well as an exclusive website full of tools and resources to start your business and reach your income goals.

Other Than the Supply Kit What Will I Need?

You’ll want to have all the basic laundry products on hand such as detergent, fabric softener, stain treatments, and dryer sheets. Hangers and garment covers are also items that will keep your service looking professional.

Can I Choose My Service Area?

Yes! You set your service area where you are willing to travel for pickups and deliveries. Laundry Care matches clients to Providers based on the service area, so it’s very important to give an accurate service area.

How Do I Apply?

Laundry Care has many locations that are already up and going with clients currently in the following areas:

Columbus, OH – Cleveland, OH – Dayton, OH – Dallas, TX – Fort Worth, TX – Arlington, TX – Kansas City, KS/MO – Nashville, TN – Denver, CO – Seattle, WA – Salt Lake City, UT – Phoenix, AZ – Portland, OR – Pittsburgh, PA – College Park, MD – Chesapeake, VA – Raleigh, NC – Durham, NC

Laundry Care is always looking to expand in areas and start new locations with the right people.  If you are located in a large metropolitan area with a population over 300,000 or a vacation area this might be a great fit!  You can email join@laundrycare.biz if your area is not listed and you’d like to get started.

Laundry Care takes several steps to make your location more visible in online searches for local clients. Some locations require extra time to develop. Results may vary due to laundry service demand and competitors.

Free marketing materials & expert tips to grow your clientele more quickly are available on Laundry Care’s Provider resource website.

To apply, click here.

Final Thoughts

Laundry Care gives Providers true independence, yet complete support under the Laundry Care brand name and access to their vast resources to grow and maintain their own business.

If you want the freedom and flexibility to manage your own schedule, reach your income goals and achieve the perfect balance, try Laundry Care.

Is this something you’d be interested in? Do you have any additional questions?

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Max is the founder of Tried and True Mom Jobs, a blog about legitimate ways to work from home, save and invest. She only writes about things that work. Hence the name “Tried and True”. She does the research, so you don't have to.
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  • Liz D

    First, thank you so much for all your knowledge and resources!!!! Being a single mom that recently started (or at least attempting to start) her own business finances are always a major stressor and far too often funds run short. Thanks to your wonderful heart and willingness to help others, I’m finally feeling like there is hope and that I can preserver through this storm and come out stronger on the other side. In conjunction with that hope you have helped me to be able to set the example for my daughter that I’ve always wanted her to have; the role model that teaches her to be strong, independent and knows that if you are willing to fight for what you want you can achieve anything. So for that I am forever grateful to you, words don’t truly express my gratitude.

    Now enough mushy stuff. My biggest question regarding this company would be what percentage do they keep verse the amount the provider actually receives? When I first started trying to build my company I was using an app to assist with client leads. At the beginning everything was fine but that quickly changed and my experience with them nose dived. I had some regular clients through the app which I had built a strong enough relationship with we were able to discuss the truth of how the company was ripping both of us off. It quickly came to light that the company was retaining well over 70% of what the client was paying, there were times they billed the client for my services only to turn around and charge me a large fee for supposedly not showing up to the appointment, their support for the providers was horrible (reps were unknowledgeable and rude) and they forced clients into contracts which they had to pay a ridiculously high penalty to cancel regardless of the reason (including some providers stealing from the clients). Also, do we know an estimate of how long it takes for them to build new service areas? My location is not listed and I can’t afford to fork out any money to invest in something if it’s still months away from producing anything for me.

    Please keep up the fantastic work you are doing providing moms everywhere some much needed financial resources!!!

    • Max

      Thank you so much Liz! I believe Laundry Care has a 60/40 policy and you’ll get 60% of the profits. Can you email Laundry Care at join@laundrycare.biz to request how long it will take to start up in your area? They will be able to provide you a better answer. I think this is a great opportunity and what you are doing is awesome. I think it’s so important to be this great example for your daughter. I wish you all the success in your endeavors and YOU CAN come out stronger and you will!

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