Some chores in life are simply a necessity. We might not like it, but we all have to wash our clothes, do laundry, dry things up, iron everything, and fold everything before storing it somewhere. The fresh clothes wait for us to wear them until they are used, dirty, and ready for another round of laundry.
Under the motto “life without laundry,” Mort Fertel, CEO and Co-Founder of SudShare Inc., shared with us the idea behind this impressive business. “The story started from the idea that my wife mentioned tired of all responsibilities with our five kids and additionally always doing laundry like her grandmother in the last century.
After my wife declared this, my son, at that time 17 years old, suggested building an app to help in the laundry process. The app was launched in 2017, created by Mort’s son – Nachshon Fertel. All started in Baltimore, and once people got to use it more in 2019, the expansion plan let the Fertel family grow from Washington to other states and reach 400 cities in 2021.”
Nowadays, many enjoy the laundry-as-a-service offering from SudShare, and people use it evenly depending on the city population. The application is easy to use, and it has details that explain every step from placing an order, taking your clothes from location, washing and drying process, and delivery to location clean and folded.
The SudShare team works with the two highest-rated detergents and use cold water washing to protect clothes fabric. The bags that are used to return your laundry are waterproof, leaving you without worries if you are still at work and your bag with washed and folded clothes waits for you in front of the door. This process takes one day, and you get your clothes delivered the next day.
If you want to become part of the employee team, you can easily apply by clicking on this info page for new SudShare joiners. In the beginning, all you have to do is to ensure you have a washer and dryer at your home and be responsible. Before starting the job, every employee must prepare and pass a training process and the demonstration test showing what they have learned.
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The cost of using this laundry service is one dollar per every pound of laundry. If you compare that with some regular laundry or self-service shops, there is a lot of saving potential here. We couldn’t test the service ourselves because nobody on our team was in a supported location, but if they are successful, they are likely to expand these as well.
YouTube: SudShare – Life without Laundry
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