Daily Bubble Laundry has opened the third branch of its Bacolod laundry shop in Libertad and has announced that they are now offering four laundry services to the people of Bacolod City.
Bacolod Laundry Shops
Daily Bubble Laundry came forth from a vision and a desire to build a business that would serve the people of Bacolod. It came during a time when laundry services in the city were limited to your local labandera (laundry woman), which is inconsistent, expensive, unreliable, and most of all, emotionally draining.
The young couple behind Daily Bubble Laundry, Jayvee and Dawn Marie Repe-Navarro, had worked to raise up the funds to put up this business. With much prayer, faith, and hard work, Dawn says that they were able to fulfill their dream two years ago when they opened their first branch in Bata, Bacolod City. Fast forward to this day, they now have three branches serving different areas of Bacolod.
Daily Bubble Amenities
It’s not just another Bacolod laundry shop where all you do is wash your dirty clothes and take out your clean clothes. Putting themselves in their customers’ shoes, Daily Bubble Laundry sought to bring better services as well as convenience.
For one, Daily Bubble Laundry has a comfortable waiting area. They have a clean restroom inside the store (Libertad branch) as well as FREE WIFI. That should really take care of your boredom while waiting for your clothes to be done.
Daily Bubble Laundry Services and Prices
Staying true to their commitment to bring only the best laundry services to the people of Bacolod, Daily Bubble is now offering four laundry services in all their three branches. They are trying to keep the prices as low as possible to make it affordable to more people.
Do It Yourself. You can wash and dry your laundry. Self service fee per cycle is P55 for washing and P55 for drying. For comforters, it’s P120 per cycle (single and twin only). One load is a maximum of 8 kg.
Drop Off. If you don’t want to do it yourself, you can drop off your laundry at the shop. You will get the Wash-Dry-Fold service for drop off. Fee starts at P25/kg, depending on the items and the minimum is 5 kg. There is a minimum because they don’t mix your clothes with others for sanitary purposes.
Dry Clean. They offer dry cleaning services for your delicate apparel and even toys. Base price is P80. Prices depend on size and fabric. Please ask for a quotation, especially for your wedding gowns.
Same-day Service. Daily Buble Laundry can turn out your dropped off laundry on the same day for a minimal additional fee of only P15 per load.
Super Hero Laundry Tips
The Libertad branch of Daily Bubble Laundry has a super hero theme for its interior. It’s funky and playful. And here below are some laundry tips, courtesy of your favorite super heroes.
1. Do not iron rubberized emblems on your clothes.
2. Wash your clothes inside out to avoid fading.
3. Stop losing socks by washing them in a mesh bag.
4. Check your pockets for tissue paper, trash, or money before loading them in the machine.
5. Hand wash delicate items
6. Some items should not be washed, but only dry cleaned.
7. Wash at low temperature to avoid shrinkage.
8. Do not mix bold color with light colored fabrics.
Daily Bubble Laundry Branches
Ayala Branch: Retail Strip 2, The District North Point (between Globe Telecom and 7 Eleven)
AYALA OPENING HOURS:
Mon -Thurs: 8am to 9pm
Fri, Sat & Sun: 7am to 9pm
(034) 703-1842 / (0977) 728-8179
Bata Branch: Ganzon Arcade, Circumferential Rd., Brgy Bata, Bacolod City (beside Adam’s Lodge)
BATA OPENING HOURS:
Tue, Wed, Thur: 8am to 8pm
Sat, Sun, Mon & Fri: 7am to 8pm
(034) 432-9059 / (0916) 744-8749
Libertad Branch: Lopez Jaena St, Bacolod City (beside First State Bank, in front of Home of D’ Bakers, along Ceres South Terminal)
LIBERTAD OPENING HOURS:
Mon – Fri: 8am to 8pm
Sat & Sun: 7am to 8pm
(0955) 468 2104
Maria Sigrid D. Lo is a multi-awarded Bacolod lifestyle blogger and social media advocate. It is her desire to make the city known to the world through her online presence. She promotes Bacolod restaurants, food tourism, social media etiquette, breastfeeding, and a greener Bacolod City in her blogs and talks. She loves taking photos, mostly of her children and of food. She is a proud member of the Negrense Blogging Society Inc. (NBSI) or the #NegrosBloggers.