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Valet laundry and dry cleaning service launches in metro Atlanta

A pick-up and drop-off valet laundry and dry cleaning service has launched in metro Atlanta.

2ULaundry is now available to homes in areas including Midtown, Buckhead, Brookhaven and Sandy Springs. The business “allows customers to spend more time on what's important to them, rather than spending countless hours washing, drying and folding mountains of laundry,” according to a news release.

Customers sign up online and build a profile to set instructions — such as detergent type and temperature settings — and to choose from dry cleaning, hang dry or wash and fold.

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The company will deliver the empty bag that the customer will then fill with clothes.

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Small bags hold up to three loads and cost $25 per use; the larger bag holds up to six loads and costs $35. Dry cleaning rates range from $2.50 for a laundered and pressed shirt to $6 for most daily items, such as shirts and pants.

The customer while schedule a date, and the bag will be picked up by 8 a.m. the next business day. Texts will be sent when items are picked up and returned.

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“In today’s on-demand world, many consumers are already outsourcing chores like home cleaning, grocery pickup and lawn care,” CEO Alex Smereczniak said in the statement. Smereczniak co-founded 2ULaundry with Dan D’Aquisto.

The Charlotte-based company was a finalist on ABC’s Shark Tank, the news release said.

Check to see if 2ULaundry services your ZIP code and how much it’d cost on the website.

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