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The Best Laundromats in Toronto

Posted by Guest Contributor / May 11, 2012

Laundromats TorontoThe best laundromats in Toronto are as hard to find as a missing sock. There are thousands of them in the city, and most are destined to ruin your clothes sooner or later (probably sooner). But laundromats force us into the uneasy choice of convenience over quality, so we take our chances with unreliable washers and unclean dryers simply because we can walk over to the place in our pyjamas.

Fortunately, things are changing--albeit at glacier speeds--on the coin laundry front. Eco-friendliness is in, and some new laundromat owners are taking note. That said, a few old gems are still doing a fantastic job with upgraded, well-maintained equipment and perks like WiFi and cable TV. I scoured the city's renter pockets and found these coin laundries, which are definitely worth a try.

Here's my list of the best laundromats in Toronto.

Speedy Queen Coin Laundry (1548 Queen St W)
If you live in Parkdale, you'll agree that trips to the laundromat can sometimes be unnerving. Fortunately, Speedy Queen recently received an extreme makeover and is now filled with top-of-the-line energy-efficient Electrolux gear. Not only does this place have a genuinely civilized atmosphere (the owner's attention to detail shows in the fresh wall colours and elegant plants), it's also absolutely spotless. With a huge variety of washers (from 60lb-ers to double-loaders), Speedy is perfect for messy patrons. Bonus points for alterations and dry cleaning, and if you hurry, you'll still get the grand opening deal on the dry. Hours: 8:00am - 10:00pm, 7 days a week.

best laundry torontoEco Laundry Room/Café Guru (2741 Danforth Ave.)
Now, this is a laundromat to end all laundromats. I wouldn't be surprised if I saw the owners of Eco pitching a franchise on Dragon's Den--these guys have got their laundry figured out. The concept is genius: eco-friendly (Bullfrog powered, stocked with green detergent, with features like recycled wood floors and energy-saving lights), Eco doesn't look--or smell--like a laundromat. Have a seat at a nice table, open up your laptop, and enjoy a cup of fresh coffee or a treat from Café Guru, the other brilliant feature of Eco's. All this place needs is a corner for a 15-minute yoga class. Hours: 6 am-10 pm, 7 days a week.

Hollywood Coin Laundry (180 Ossington Ave.)
It's nice to see a laundromat owner put some effort into giving his/her place a theme. Kitsch as it may be, what with all the celebrity posters circa 1983, Hollywood is still a legitimately solid laundromat. It's remarkably clean, features two-dozen double-loaders (predictably catering to all the young singles in the area) and a few giant washers (if you ended up marrying the person you met here and are now washing a family load). Not a single machine was out of order at the time of this review, and they also offer wash and fold services. There's ample parking in the back and more than a few little cafes and galleries around to occupy you while your clothes dry. Hours: 6:00am - 10:30pm, 7 days a week.

Splish-Splash (590 College Street)
A few doors down from Café Diplomatico (bonus points for location), Splish Splash isn't just a place to wash your pants. In fact, it's designed more like a WiFi-ed curio shop with a front section filled with collectibles, a few rows of your usual variety store provisions and a TV. The laundromat area itself is clean and very well maintained, and not especially huge, but size is not what matters here. Just drop off your stuff (they also offer wash, fold and alteration services), enjoy your date at the Dip, and come back when it's done--coin laundry just doesn't get any more relaxing than that. Hours: 6:00am-10:00pm, 7 days a week, with the last load at 8:45pm.

best laundromats torontoNew World Laundry (600 Parliament St.)
This relatively new-to-the-area coin wash has everything a good laundromat needs: it's immaculately clean, spacious, the washers are the latest energy-saving models and all are in mint condition. The laundromat's owners are always around and more than happy to help, and there's also a wash and fold service. They offer parking in the back, WiFi and TV inside, and although it's surrounded by high-rises filled with big families, and very few laundromats nearby, New World seems to be handling its load without a problem. Don't worry if you forgot your detergent--they'll help with that too. Hours: 6am-10pm, Fri-Sun: 5:30am-10pm.

Beach Solar Laundromat (2240 Queen St East)
You know the burn of having hauled a mega-load to the laundromat, only to find out that all the washers are taken? It'll never happen at the Beach Solar, because these guys have a webcam on their website to track laundry traffic. What really makes Beach Solar a top-10 contender is that it operates--you guessed it--on solar energy. The Beach Solar is something of a landmark in Toronto, having won international awards for its environmental practices. Though the equipment here isn't super-modern (I spotted a few top loaders), it's all in perfect working order, they offer wash and fold, and when it comes to its carbon footprint, the Beach Solar is, without a doubt, as washing-forward as a laundromat can be. Hours: 5:00am - 10:30pm, 7 days a week.

The Laundry Centre (3075 Pharmacy Ave.)
Though pretty removed from the downtown core, The Laundry Centre is a laundromat that takes laundry to the next level. It boasts a huge range of the latest Electrolux machines, all digitally operated. Depending on the type of wash, you can control how much you want to spend (the difference between a quick wash and long one can be anywhere between $1 and $1.50). The place is located in a strip mall off of Finch Ave., so not a whole lot is going on in the surrounding area. But they remedy it with WiFi, TV, a pop/snack machine, a kids' corner and even--gasp--a washroom! Hours: 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, with the attendant on-site between 9:00am - 7:30pm.

toronto best laundromatJumbo Coin Laundry & Convenience (1067 College St West)
From the street, Jumbo looks like a neighbourhood corner shop, but step inside, and you'll find a laundry palace. The place is enormous and divided into sections for different-sized machines (each in mint condition), a spacious seating area and a variety store in the back. They also offer wash and fold services. You won't be making friends with the owner--he's a bit grumpy--but with so many available washers, your laundry will be done in no time, and there's plenty of parking on the street, for a quick getaway. Hours: 8:00am - 10:00pm, 7 days a week.

Wash World King West (1182 King St. West)
Located between Liberty Village and West Queen West and perfectly maintained, this laundromat is guaranteed to keep your plaids and denims intact. It boasts lots of washers in all shapes and sizes (a few top-loaders still linger in the corner, but the rest are upgraded and energy-efficient), plenty of dryers, and a wash and fold service. You can relax, watch TV, hop on the free WiFi, or run across the street to gawk at the guitars in the Gibson Lounge window--Wash World makes doing laundry a pretty painless experience. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. between 7:30am - 11:00pm; Fri. - Sun. between 6:30am - midnight.

Wash World St Clair West (150 Kenwood Ave.)
There are more laundromats in this neighbourhood than wire hangers in your closet, but this little gem takes the cake. Tucked in between Wychwood and Kenwood (just a few steps away from the gorgeous Cedarvale Park), it offers everything from wash/fold to dry cleaning to alterations. There's always a smiling face behind the counter, ready to answer the most tedious questions. The place is never busy and as clean as they get--I walked in to find the owner scrubbing a washing machine with a toothbrush. There's also plenty of parking in front so you can stop by, drop off your load and go for a nice hike in Cedarvale. Hours: 8:00am - 10:00pm, 7 days a week.

Writing by Inna Gertsberg. Photos (in order) courtesy of Lady Zebra, jentse, RebootYourComputer and -stacey- in the blogTO Flickr pool.



I like bites / May 11, 2012 at 02:20 pm
Great advertisment for the transient, non-condo owning people of Toronto!
Mike / May 11, 2012 at 03:15 pm
I like the one that has machines to wash clothes.
we're going to the zooo zoooo zoooo / May 11, 2012 at 03:30 pm
A rare sight in Markham.
Alex / May 11, 2012 at 03:53 pm
What is the point of this list? You just go to the nearest one to you, one washing machine is the same as another.
mike in parkdale replying to a comment from Alex / May 11, 2012 at 04:21 pm
"You just go to the nearest one to you, one washing machine is the same as another."

not true. I like in Parkdale (hence the name) and walk past two landromats just to get to Wash World King West. Why? There are less crazies in that one, there's way more dryers so I can spread the load around, and it's the only one I don't have to keep hawk eyes on my clothes.

Saying all laundomats is the same is like saying "I don't go to laundromats"
paul / May 11, 2012 at 04:30 pm
nice article, funny thing is we were on Dragons Den Season 3...we also have wash and fold and wifi
heh replying to a comment from mike in parkdale / May 11, 2012 at 04:36 pm
...spread the load around.
Alex replying to a comment from mike in parkdale / May 11, 2012 at 04:50 pm
Seriously? Wow. I guess I'm super fortunate to have one in the basement of my building that has a lock on the door. I have enough trouble lugging all my laundry down to the basement in one go, I can't imagine walking a few blocks with it.
wikito / May 11, 2012 at 04:51 pm
this one has the best art on the outside,_Toronto
Ian / May 11, 2012 at 04:53 pm
Bathurst Laundromat a block south of Dupont is also great. Always clean, quiet, and they play classical music all day. Very civilized.
inna replying to a comment from Ian / May 11, 2012 at 04:57 pm
Ian, it almost made the list – I loved it. Beautiful art on the walls too and super clean. Felt more like a local cafe. If only we could make it top-11!
Daniel / May 11, 2012 at 05:39 pm
Dufferin & Rogers laundromat is the best.
Jessica replying to a comment from wikito / May 11, 2012 at 06:32 pm
That's my laundry mat...nice enough...never had any issues so I can't complain
Jessica replying to a comment from Jessica / May 11, 2012 at 06:34 pm
My comment was meant to reply to WikiTo,_Toronto
Jakob / May 11, 2012 at 08:12 pm
That's College Laundromat in the picture! Also a good place to wash your laundry, it served me for two years and I never had any issues other than forgetting to press start on one of the two loads. Friendly owner, too.
Kristen / May 11, 2012 at 09:03 pm
Get a real pace to live with ur own appliances.
westsidedweller / May 11, 2012 at 09:06 pm
laundryworld, mofo. bloor and dovercourt; represent!
Drew / May 11, 2012 at 10:37 pm
St. Clair West has "more laundromats in this neighbourhood than wire hangers in your closet."

That said you missed my local gem: Bruno's at 314 Oakwood. The place is completely spotless, the management are very helpful, and the machines are in excellent order (as noted there are a few top-loaders but the remainder are energy efficient, double, triple and 5x sized machines). Tonnes of dryers, always busy never "too busy."
Wendy E. Baskerville / May 12, 2012 at 12:01 am
I only want to thank you for actually noticing Toronto extends north of the 401. And it is a great spot, no kidding.
Jessica / May 12, 2012 at 12:12 am
we have 3 washers and dryers in our building, but sometimes I have a lot more laundry than can fit in the tub or I have delicates/hand-wash only or dry-clean only items that need a high-efficiency set for and I go to Wash 'n Go on Dundas W at Scarlett Rd [10 minutes north of where I live]. I pass other laundromats on the way, but I prefer this place because of the selection of different machines and sheer size of the place. Best in the West, IMO. I still can't wait for the day when I have my own set right in my home, however!
Rob / May 12, 2012 at 12:22 am
These things still exist? Ewww.
Daniel / May 12, 2012 at 02:17 am
yes they still exist! i make $1700 a week from mine! all cash baby.

Jenn S / May 12, 2012 at 11:58 am
There is small but good one on Roncesvalles and Westminster. Owner is super nice, makes himself available to any trouble. Clearly marks any machines out of order and gives money back if you happen lose it. Alway clean and has vending machine stocked. Overall just a great small laundromat!
My name is Kristen too / May 13, 2012 at 07:39 pm
Hey Kristen,
It's "your"
and maybe not everyone is as "privileged" as you....
But secretly I think you actually go to the laundromat.

and to the author....
Hollywood... man I forgot about that one! I totally went to that one when I lived around the corner....

There was also a great wash and fold service north of 7-eleven East of Trinity Bellwoods...
can't remember the name though...

David / May 15, 2012 at 10:41 am
I've been going to a place just east of Sherbourne, on Princess, south of Front. Really nice. Free Soap on certain days, nice and clean. And its next to a No Frills so you can do your shopping
dj pauly paul / May 17, 2012 at 02:40 pm
I feel like I should be doing a laundromat tour too, just for the hell of it. Local culture exists in these laundromats. Love this article, thanks!
S / May 17, 2012 at 11:15 pm
This laundromat, The Laundry Centre, is VERY expensive. $2.75 for a simple wash!
Doug Brown replying to a comment from S / August 2, 2012 at 11:00 pm
I am the owner of The Laundry Centre. I certainly appreciate the kind words, and am priviledged to be recognized with these other laundromats.

With respect to the comment of being very expensive, I'm not sure I agree.

The lowest price I have in the mat is $2.25 for a quickwash (1 wash, 2 rinces) on a 2 year old Electrolux machine. This machine is high G force spin - so it spins out most of the water before it gets to the dryer. For most loads, you could dry with 75 cents. $3 to wash and dry 20 pounds of laundry isn't "Very Expensive" to me.

I don't doubt that there are cheaper mats around. I certainly doubt that the ones listed above are cheaper. I strive to have the best laundromat, not the cheapest. There is no secret - keeping a mat in good repair costs money.
Lindsay / August 13, 2012 at 04:08 pm
What about important info like prices and what coins they accept?!?!
Joe / December 2, 2012 at 02:50 pm
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Smithy / December 15, 2012 at 05:53 pm
Before this place became BEACHES SOLAR, it used to have a staff member there at all times and was reasonably clean and pleasant. Since it became Beaches Solar, it's gone further and further downhill. Maybe it's just a platform for the owner's other businesses/pursuits. Have to wonder if the reviewer of Beaches Solar L-Mat wrote the review based only on promo advertising supplied by Beaches Solar. It's an idealized review. Seems like he or she has never stepped foot in it. The place gets filthier all the time, including the machines, and as far as the wash and fold services go, I saw one of the women working there take a duvet she'd just dropped on the disgustingly dirty floor after removing it from the dryer pick it up and put it in the pile with the "laundered" clothes. Another visit, I watched that same woman and another dump out all the money from the coin machine directly onto a folding table, count or sort it, then leave. The only cleaning I've ever seen take place consists of picking up newspapers, etc. from the tops of washing machines and placing them back where they came from, or maybe picking something up off the floor. It sure doesn't look like it's ever actually cleaned in terms of wiping machines or washing the floor, although I hope it is at some point. There's no one on duty at night/not sure at what times they are. Usually when I've seen anybody working in there, it's a woman sitting in a small room reading. The reviewer wrote that you never have to worry about all the machines being taken. Really naive statement. Again - he or she has obviously never been there. People take many or most of the machines in the place on a regular basis. There are often "out of order" signs on the dryers and no one's there to attend to them. The last few times I was there, not sure if the water was deliberately turned down or if there's a problem, but it seemed as if the machines were loading in hardly any water during the rinse cycle (could see through see-through window), and clothes retained a lot of soap (not related to using less re: front loaders). I finally gave up on this place even though it's the most convenient to our location and we now travel a lot farther. It's just too divey.
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Bradley / June 23, 2013 at 10:52 pm
Been going to the smaller laundry across from the one on college - Angela's. it's quiet and clean. Owners are super friendly and helpful. Opens really early too and is open late which is perfect for me.
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joel replying to a comment from Alex / September 16, 2013 at 01:27 pm
Where do you wash large items like blankets? You can't do that in your building laundry. You need the bigger machines. Unless you don't wash those things. Ewww.
Samantha / September 28, 2013 at 10:22 am
.. I live in a condo around King and Shaw.. and let me tell you, not all condo's come with great appliances. Almost everyone I've spoken with in my building has problems with theirs. Its an all in one.. And let me just say before I complain.. I am very appreciative and grateful to have this for emergencies and because I don't want to lug my laundry far.. but this machine is garbage. You can't dry your clothes after washing .. there is a dry option, but if you dare to use it, your clothes could become locked in the machine for up to 5 hours.. maybe longer. It's completely counter-productive. What led me to this article, was looking for a laundromat close enough to me, because I'd much rather prefer to take all my laundry at once, and get it done in one shot. These machines also get musty very easily, so I am also trying to avoid everything I own coming out smelling gross.

So to the person who said, 'Ew, these still exist?' and the 'Why don't you get your own appliances' or whatever.. there are always circumstances for why people choose or are forced into things like using a laundromat over buying your own washer and dryer. I am really grateful these "things" still exist personally. And not everyone is full of cash. Think before you make ignorant comments. :)
Dave Nakano / November 7, 2013 at 04:23 pm
I am new to Toronto and do not have a laundry machine, the coin laundry near my house is always too crowded and 4 out of the 12 washing Machines do not work. Those washing machines with the `Do not Work`sign has been there for quite sometime. Hey guys, please fix it, I have no alternative to get my clothes washed. My colleague at my workplace whose washing machine broke said he got it fixed through SOS Appliance repair and they also have a blog and they were pretty good, experienced and really reasonable at their price, some Christmas deals are no going on.
Anthony Iamarino / November 7, 2013 at 04:32 pm
Very true what Dave had mentioned above, I had a similar experience with my washer, it broke when I had a couple of guest from South of the border, I called up these guys from SOS appliance repair , they were amazing, fast, experts and priced reasonably. From these guys I came to know that they also provide a handyman service,, .Check them out friends they are the best. They have some Christmas deals now. Better fix your appliance now when the offer is live.
Angela / November 27, 2013 at 12:30 pm
Does anyone know if any of these places are good for washing Dog beds? I know some laundrymats don't let you wash pet-bedding...
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Warren / December 4, 2013 at 12:58 pm
There is a wide range of laundromats in the GTA, most of which need some major TLC, and have been neglected for years by people who think they can buy a laundromat and be rich. However, as anybody who uses a laundromat regularly will tell you there are a lot of attributes they are looking for when finding a laundromat to clean their families clothing, bedding and towels, not to mention other things. A full service laundromat that is well equipped to meet the different requirements of customers is key, with the machines always being in good working order being a priority. I believe that a store must be clean, bright, durable, offer seating, folding tables, and a friendly attendant who can offer services and provide assistance when needed. Depending on where you are located in the GTA there a few that we have built that I believe are better than the rest, so here we go, 2 are already in the list above:
New World - 600 Parliament St.
Speedy Queen - 1548 Queen St. W.
Royal Forest - SouthEast Corner Bathurst St. & Eglinton AveW.
There are plenty more, just reply and let me know what area you are looking for a laundromat.
Julie replying to a comment from Angela / December 8, 2013 at 10:59 am
Hi Angela,

U can wash Ur dog bedding at Wash N Go We're at 4000 Dundas St W, right at the corner of Dundas & Scarlett, not to mention u can also wash Ur dog there, we have a self serve dog wash on site as well
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These guys above who have commented about repairing laundry machines are big time spammers, I would share and alert others about such fake spammers so that no one would ever shop with guys like those guys gave me a tough time, they came to fix my appliance and then they not only broke it permenantly but also behaved very rude, careful never allow such guys in your house.
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Marie / October 3, 2014 at 08:19 pm
Jumbo Coin Laundry and Convenience on College St is the worst. Don't go there. Their machines don't all work, and when you end up with a broken one, they don't help or refund you the money you've spent. Even if you're a regular, they will not allow you to change $1 in dimes to a loonie, because they clearly don't want 10 dimes. Despite living next door for a year and half, I plan on going across the street from now on. This place makes me irate.
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Best Laundromat is the one at Dixie and Dundas West in Mississauga. They have dryers that change the rotation of their spinning so sheets, blankets & comforters can dry without rolling up. .25 cents for 7 minutes (and their hot dry is hot - so it usually only takes 75 cents to 1.00 depending on what you have in it. It's clean and extremely well taken care of. They have a washroom onsite plus they have a full time attendant.
Frenchiemcbean / December 6, 2014 at 11:29 am
oh and they also have operating TV screens.
Addie Sorrell / January 29, 2015 at 06:08 pm
I want to contest the choice of Wash World at king & dufferin. I've been there and it's awful. One static-filled TV; a worker who insisted on inserting herself into your washing experience; hot as hell in October; broken change machine, you have to ask her; no timers on the (very old) machines so you know how much time you have to go get a bite; no Wi-Fi; closed at 10.

King's Coin laundry is a block west and I love it. Lots of slightly newer machines, with timers. Change machine, friendly staff, pretty empty, free reliable Wi-Fi, and open until midnight.
Laundromat Mississauga / January 30, 2015 at 06:24 am
DREAM Coin Laundry is also a good choice iv you happen to be in Mississauga. It is along Hurontario and Dundas, Cooksville. It is clean and have jumbo machines to load your comforters, blankets, accumulated week's laundry. It has Free parking and has fastfood like pizza nearby. Address 2560 Shepard Ave Mississauga ON L5A 1K4. Call (905) 896-4633.
David from England / September 19, 2015 at 10:11 pm
2015-09-19: Thanks for the informative article. I went from Yonge over to Splish Splash on the strength of what I read here. They were glad to help a newbie. It wasn't at all busy. Wash was 2.50, detergent 1.00 then the dryer was 2.00 for 40 mins. They transferred it for me for a 1.00 charge which left me free to watch the folk festival and come back much later. Good stuff.
Samuel / October 17, 2015 at 01:40 pm
Well I think the most important for me is clean Laundry, then come the price. Be careful guys the price what the announce and the service what they give u is not the same. For example they say dryers are 0.25 for 5 min, the question is are you getting the right heat none stop for 5 min? washers prices also the same thing you have to look on their sizes and the G-Force. You don't want to have full of water after your wash and spending bunch of quarters to dry them. After all research I found also one Laundromat at Danforth and Main Street area (2741 Danforth Avenue) It is Super Clean and very friendly ladies working there(safe) I love their dryers they spin forward and reverse. I spent the max $1.50 To Dry my 35 Lbs clothes. Try them they seems ok to me.
aster replying to a comment from Samuel / October 17, 2015 at 02:06 pm
I agree Samuel!! SUPER WASH N DRY 2741 Danforth Ave became my favorite Laundromat too!!
Joe / November 3, 2015 at 11:46 am
I have been frequenting The Lost Sock over at Bathurst and DuPont which replaced Bathurst Laundromat in June of this year. It has exceeded my laundromat expectations over and over again with always being clean and the manager is always trying to lend a helping hand to anyone in need.
Niro / December 26, 2015 at 06:07 pm
Wash World St Clair West (150 Kenwood Ave.) is definitely one of the best laundromats I have been to. The owner is very pleasant, and always ready to help. The place is always clean, and they are the cheapest and best laundromat in the neighborhood. They also do wash and fold and dry cleaning, and their rates are really good, I have not managed to find something cheaper, and they provide really good service.
Molly / February 29, 2016 at 12:23 pm
My go to place is Yummi Cafe Laundromat at 956 St Clair West (Oakwood & St.Clair,!

It is the BEST, CLEANEST and NICEST laundromat I've ever been to. The attendants are super helpful and friendly, the place is always clean, and great prices.

It's a little deceiving because in the front it's a cafe and the laundromat is in the back of the store, so you have take a closer look into the back of the store to see the machines.
I use their awesome wash and fold service FOR ONLY $1/lb! Not only were my clothes clean, dry and neatly folded and organized so I can just put them in the dresser drawers, but they actually CARED about my clothes by hanging some delicate pieces to dry to prevent shrinking.

If you're doing your own laundry, definitely check out their cheap prices for their machines; $2.25 for double load, $4 for a 4 load and I think they're the only laundromat with a 6 load on St. Clair and it's only $6!! Not sure about the drying prices as I only saw $0.25 on the display, but considering everything in the place is so cheap, sandwich & pop for $5 (taxes included).. oh yeah they adopted the European model of pricing for their cafe where all food prices the taxes are included, so when you see a pop for $1, it's only $1!!

This place has it all, free wifi, magazines, 4 large TVs throughout the place, food and drinks, tables (not those tiny cafe tables, these will fit two laptops on it) and chairs to wait and relax, can't ask for anything more! Definitely worth checking them out.
Sarah / March 19, 2016 at 02:01 pm
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