Washing clothes on vacation can be a real headache for your customers. Let’s take a look at what you can do to help.

1. What to do at home

Obviously, the easiest thing to do would be to have a washing machine in your home! If you don’t already have one, and you have a bit of space, we strongly advise you to buy one. And if you don’t have a lot of space, here’s
to help you

You don’t need to offer a tumble dryer, unless it’s integrated into your machine. But if you’re offering a washing machine, you’ll also need to provide a clotheshorse (make sure it’s collapsible). And why not a few detergent pods as well? Your customers will be able to do their first wash and then buy their own detergent.

Don’t forget to leave the instruction manual at your disposal. What better way to do this than to use

2. What does your town have to offer?

If you don’t have a washing machine at home, it’s important to give your travelers some tips on how to wash their clothes.

Find out where the nearest laundries and dry cleaners are located and indicate them. A good way to do this effectively is to use the
StyQR booklet

You can even try to negotiate discounts with certain dry cleaners for your customers! It’s a way of keeping local businesses going.

There you go! You’ve succeeded in making life easier for your travelers. Thanks to you, they’ll have one less thing to worry about when they get back from vacation. And if you want to do it all for your customers, here’s
to help you