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How to reduce linen hotel costs

One of the first things hotel guests notice in their rooms is the linen. Bed sheets, pillows and towels are very important as their quality are synonymous with comfort. You’ll want to invest in the best possible linen but you’ll also want to extend its lifespan as much as possible. Good linen can cost you a lot of money if you keep replacing it often which makes your laundry process super important. That’s why we’ve gathered these tips on how to reduce linen hotel costs so you can give your guests the best possible experience withouth breaking the bank.


Stains are inevitable so the best way to deal with them is to catch them in time! Include in your housekeeping checklist keeping an eye on stains so you can separate them for special treatments so that the stain don’t spread to other items. This will also reduce the amount of re-washes needed to remove the stains.


Using the right detergents in the proper quantity can make the difference. Chemical dosing done right brings other advantages like preventing blockages and waste.

How to reduce linen hotel costs


Chutes, carts and shelves can cause tears in your linen. Be careful when moving linen across your property and during the laundry process.


The better the quality of the fabric, the longer the lifespan of the item will be. We recommend 100% organic cotton as is more durable and most customers prefere it.

How to reduce linen hotel costs? The answer might be in your equipment!

Old machines could be costing you money! They might not be handling your linen properly anymore. You’ll spend more replacing bedding and towels plus repairs and service on old equipment.

Not only that but newer equipment is made to save water, gas and electricity. You’ll be saving money in your utility bills aswell.

Commercial laundry equipment can be a big investment but there are options worth checking out. Have you thought about leasing? It can give you brand new energy-efficient equipment withouth any capital, credit check or surprise costs.

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