NeatTuck – The Very First Laundry Share App


We all know how much we rely on our smartphones. Whether it’s to summon an Uber or to turn the lights on in your home, there’s no such thing as doing things “traditionally” anymore. And when it comes to laundry, there’s no exception.

Introducing NeatTuck. NeatTuck is on a mission to make all of our laundry dreams come true.

This app provides a platform where everyday people like me and you make the best use of our washing machines in order to earn money by washing someone else’s laundry.

NeatTuck is the world’s first peer-to-peer laundry share app, comprised of a global community where you neighbor in your apartment building, down the street, or just the house next door, becomes your local laundry solution at the touch of a button.

By implementing geo-mapping technology, NeatTuck connects local people that are in close proximity to one another and supplements their income by using home appliances and mobile devices.

Users of NeatTuck are verified members who wash other users’ laundry. The user has total control throughout the washing process and can set their preferences such as preferred brands of detergent or fabric softener, and washing temperature.

NeatTuck has levels of demographics, such as their subscription-free community tier, discounted student tier, prime tier, which includes a complimentary loaner garment, and more.

If you want to experience this, they’re available in the Android and Apple markets, including Apple Watch devices.

This is truly the world’s first on-demand laundry mobile application here to bolster our economy sharing era while strengthening the bond of society in every neighborhood via the NeatTuck app.

See if you want to check out a revolution in laundry service, be on the lookout for the NeatTuck app, coming soon.


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