- Created on Sunday, 03 December 2006 03:02
- Written by Rich Fitzmorris
Question: What is the average percent of rewash in a commercial laundry?
Answer: A commercial laundry in defined as a business that washes textiles for a profit. That being said; the mix of textile categories can make a difference in the overall stain rewash percentage of the laundry. If you were to break down certain classifications/industries you should be able to determine what the average should be for a commercial laundry. In general the following are good average numbers:
Hospital Healthcare 2-4%
Nursing Homecare 3-4%
Food & Beverage 4-7%
Industrial Garments 3-5%
Personal Clothing >1%
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