NEWS! Snap has installed another MEGA washer at Paddington. That means even MORE choice to do those really big laundry loads. There will be no more waiting for our very popular MEGA wash, which happens to be one of the biggest self service washers in Brisbane!
King Doonas, Mattress Toppers, Pillows or just huge loads of socks and jocks are what the MEGA Washer does best (up to 23 kilograms).
The MEGA washers are EXPRESS machines – taking only 23 minutes to complete a full cycle. Pricing is extremely cost effective, just $16 for cold, warm or hot water wash.
Wash your big bedding items in our huge front loader machines in 25 minutes or less!
Snap’s stainless steel Dexter washing machines are super fast. All our machines also automatically provide free, high quality, mild detergent with every wash. All prices include hot, warm or cold water wash.
$16 Mega Washer (Paddington store). Our Mega Washers can wash 23 kilos & are ideal for washing multiple king or queen size doonas & heavy blankets at once. Perfect for washing curtains and other large bedding items.
$14 Maxi Washer (Taringa store). Can wash up to 20 kilos & perfect for King & Queen size doonas and other large items such as curtains and blankets.
$9 Triple Load (both stores). Great for washing Queen doonas, pillows, towels and sheets. Wash up to 13 kg!
$6 Double Load (both stores), suitable for up to 10kg and perfect for Double & Single doonas, sheets and towels.
Many of us enjoy using the Easter long weekend to go camping, relax, and spend some quality time with family and friends.
As it is such a busy holiday period, it’s a good idea to do some pre-checking of the tent and camping essentials, such as the sleeping bags and linen, to make sure everything is ready for the big trip!
Washing the sleeping bags keeps them feeling fresh and in top condition.
So, how do you wash and dry a sleeping bag? Easy!
At Snap Laundromat, all you need is your sleeping bag, one of the large front loaders and one of the express dryers, and a couple of tennis balls!
Always check the washing and care instructions. Most sleeping bags can be washed but you need to be sure before you proceed.
Select a large front loader washing machine. Do not use a top loader, as the drawstring and straps of the bag can get caught or tangled on the agitator.
Zip the bag up and place in the front loader.
Select Cold Water (gentle) wash. At Snap, we installed an automatic dosing system which automatically injects high quality mild detergent into the machines with every wash, so there is no need to add detergent.
Avoid fabric softeners and bleach, especially with down bags. Don’t expose yourself and the environment to the chemicals in softeners and bleach if you don’t need to.
When complete, get the sleeping bag carefully out of the machine, place in a basket, and allow it to drip dry outside for a few minutes.
Do not wring the water out; instead, just press the water out where possible.
For many sleeping bags, it is possible to use a large dryer like the ones at Snap, where the bag can freely tumble around. While this is suitable for most sleeping bags, read the label carefully before you proceed.
Set the tumble dryer setting to low.
Ensure that the bag is not still soaked (allow drip drying first).
Placement of one or two tennis balls in the dryer can assist in ensuring even distribution of down or filling while the bag dries.
Tumble dry at low setting only. Check regularly and remove as soon as it has dried.
Make sure your bag is completely dry when packing in it’s bag.
Happy sleeping bag washing and enjoy your camping trip!