Laundry and Cleaning News publishes a varied range of features. The popular technical features What Went wrong (drycleaning) and Material Solutions (laundry) appear in each edition as does the column Drycleaners' Trade Secrets. All international editions include a Country Spotlight. Textile Rental Focus appears regularly in UK editions. We report on all the main international exhibitions and on UK conferences.

Latest Laundry and Cleaning News Feature

Minimising energy costs and keeping them low
21 February, 2024
The laundry industry is a leader in many ways, but there are still...
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Shooting suit shot down in its prime 21 February, 2024 A high value shooting ensemble was returned, mortally wounded, to a customer. This tale contains some important lessons for all cleaners, say Roger Cawood and Richard Neale

Looking after the customer 21 February, 2024 Following the Christmas break many of our customers may be struggling to make ends meet and of course the spring cleaning of household and furnishings is an expense that some may...

Is this really all white? 21 February, 2024 Howard Bradley is getting exercised by an advert he believes is giving the wrong impression on stain removal

Professional premises 21 February, 2024 LCN takes a look at wide-ranging developments in washer-extractors for the OPL market

Trust supports workers in textile care industry 21 February, 2024 It is good to know that in tough times there is a helping hand out there for struggling textile care workers’ families. LCN is proud to support FTCT as our charity of the year

Threading a new path 21 February, 2024 How is the supply chain holding up and should we be paying more attention to linen protection and reclamation?

All together, now 24 January, 2024 The latest sophisticated software combined with modern machinery has opened up a whole new world of systems integration for large laundry operations

Problem stains lose time and alienate customers 24 January, 2024 Roger Cawood and Richard Neale look at problem stains and come up with some solutions

Laundry and drycleaning sectors 'positively dynamic' 23 January, 2024 Things are looking up in Italy as the economy improves and businesses regain their footing, reports Eugenen Gerden

Laundry engineering for flatwork - Part 2 23 January, 2024 Following on from the first feature in the November 2023 issue of LCNi, Richard Neale of LTC Worldwide looks at how to maximise productivity while minimising operating cost

Unwavering dedication 23 January, 2024 Daniel Hays of distributor Spencer Systems in Australia, tells the story of a company offering top-tier technical support and high pedigree brands to its customers

True sustainability, real choice 23 January, 2024 There is no need to greenwash dry/wetcleaning anymore but is really important to tell things as they are

Moving forward together: from challenges to solutions 22 January, 2024 Kannegiesser offers targeted solutions to lead its customers into a competitive and sustainable future

Rolls-Royce drives laundry's self-sufficient energy system 22 January, 2024 A German laundry powers up with Rolls-Royce technology – and it isn’t costing the Earth

CLMTexnity's RFID-based folding and sorting systems 22 January, 2024 In the world of industrial laundry, precision and customisation are key to operational excellence, says CLMTexfinity. Embracing the principle, CLMTexfinity uses innovation in the form...

The further effects of climate change 22 January, 2024 With the exception of the climate change deniers I think most of us accept that the phenomenon has been with us for quite some time, and is now having a noticeable influence on...

Q&A with Charlie Robards 26 December, 2023 Charlie Robards, business development manager at Miele Professional

Restoration of water damaged textiles 22 December, 2023 LCN received a reader enquiry regarding restoration of a number of garments damaged in a major water leakage in a domestic property. Roger Cawood and Richard Neale explain the...

Diversity is the spice of life 22 December, 2023 A diverse programme of presentations gave this year’s TSA Autumn Conference plenty of impetus, while news of the industry’s 90% recovery to pre-Covid levels injected much-needed optimism

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