UK trade linen company Tonrose has launched its new range of One-Wash sheets to put an end to cracked ice creasing, a problem that has affected the commercial laundry industry for over 10 years. The One-Wash sheets are said to need only one wash before going into circulation.
By eliminating expensive multi-wash cycles, Tonrose said that the One-Wash sheets ensure laundries receive rental revenue from the initial series of washes, as the linen is able to enter the pool stock immediately.
Tonrose has been supplying linen to the UK hospitality and leisure trade industry for nearly 120 years. The new sheets were developed by The Tonrose Lab as part of its mission to help laundries deliver a first-class service to their clients and became available to order for UK laundries from Tuesday 10 October.
Available in Tonrose’s Ultima Plain and Superior range, the One-Wash sheets are available to laundries that are in need of quick supply as part of Tonrose’s £2.5m available stock lines.
Paul Haden, managing director of Tonrose, said: “We’re hugely excited about the launch of our One-Wash sheets following six months of R&D both in our lab and through our supply partner.
“We established The Tonrose Lab to deliver truly innovative solutions to our laundry clients and we’re delighted to have solved cracked ice creasing, one of the perennial problems faced by many commercial laundries.”
Chris Porter, commercial director of Tonrose said: “The One-Wash sheets bring true innovation to our most requested brand, Ultima. By significantly shortening the laundry cycle from purchase to rental, our product will save laundries time and energy, and, most importantly, increase revenue. We’ve already received a huge expression of interest from laundries about our One-Wash product and look forward to dispatching it up and down the country.”