THE guide to doing laundry at Queen Mary
Laundry isn't one of the most exciting things you'll do whilst at uni but unfortunately, when living away from home, it's something we all have to do!
Don't panic though! We're here to talk you through it...
Where can I do my laundry?
You can find laundry facilities at all Queen Mary Halls of Residences sites. Take a look at where yours will be...
- First Floor Laundry, accessible from the first-floor study room
- 25th Floor Laundry, accessible from the Cinema Room
- Dawson Hall, located in the basement of Dawson Hall
- France House Laundry, located on the ground floor of France House. (Open to all Mile End residents without a dedicated laundry room in their hall of residence.)
- Ifor Evans Place, located in the Ifor Evans Place courtyard. (Open to residents of Albert Stern House and Cottages and residents of Ifor Evans Place)
- Lindop House, located on the ground floor of the building adjacent to the entrance.
- Stocks Court Laundry, located in the Stocks Court courtyard
- Floyer House, located in the basement of Floyer House
How do I do my laundry?
We work in partnership with Circuit Laundry to provide laundry facilities and they couldn't be easier to use.
We encourage residents who are doing their washing at Aspire Point or at any of the Mile End laundries to download the Circuit Laundry App to use the machines.
This is what you need to do:
- Download the app called Circuit Laundry on your smartphone app store.
- Using the app, register an account using your e-mail and creating a password
- The app will then prompt you to scan a QR code, which can be found on any washing machine or dryer in the laundry room that you plan to use.
- Your account is now registered and credit can be added to your account via PayPal
- Once you have topped up your account, you are able to use the washers and dryers.
- Scan the QR code on the machine you want to use
- Please use your own biological powder, non-biological powder or liquid. Please do not pour liquid directly onto your clothes as this can damage fabrics - your washing powder should be poured directly into the drum underneath your washing
- Press start ensuring the machine washing machine door is securely shut.
- The same procedure is used to operate the dryers
If you prefer, those staying at Aspire Point and Mile End can use a laundry card. These laundry cards are available for purchase from the first-floor laundry at Aspire Point and the France House laundry on the Mile End campus. Once purchased, the cards can be topped up online at www.circuit.co.uk
Residents of Dawson Hall and Floyer House will have a laundry card included in their key pack for arrival that can be used to operate the machines. These cards can also be topped up online at www.circuit.co.uk.
How much will it cost?
Charterhouse Square, Mile End, Whitechapel
Super wash plus
To save you heading off to the laundry room with all your stuff, residents using the Mile End laundry can check machine availability online without having to go using Circuit Laundry’s Circuit View.
If you have any problems with a machine or your spot any faults, report them directly to Circuit online or over the phone at 01422820040.
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