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Meet the Happy Laundry Team: Math Chabot

Meet the Team Math Chabot

Name: Math Chabot

Company Role: Laundry Professor, Closer

Favorite Quote:
“The distinction between the past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion” – Albert Einstein

What are your top 3 favorite podcasts, books, or sports teams?

  • Book: The Tiger Rising
  • The Immortals Book Series by Alyson Noel
  • The Green Bay Packers! – of course!

What is something dry cleaning and laundry businesses have to deal with that you want to fix?
An easier way to pair socks!

What do you do at Happy Laundry?
Wash and Fold laundry, keep the facility clean, building security, machine
maintenance.

What are your credentials and past work experiences?
Co-manager to the St. Lawrence House.

What skills are needed for working in your position at Happy Laundry?
Custodian at VOA.

What do you like about working at Happy Laundry?
I like the crew, enjoy helping all customers, enjoy working with my boss on the machines.

Where were you raised?
I am native to Spokane, WA.

What are the values that drive you?
Respect, humility, perseverance, self-control, and honesty.

What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
Clay Sculpting and trading card games.

For a Warm Winter, Take Care of Your Clothes!

This winter, Spokane has been wet, icy, wet, snowy, snow-covered, snow-ridden, slick, slushy and cooooolllldddd. We need all our resources to get by! From extra blankets to thick jackets and gloves, winter is full of fluffy coverings that just don’t fit in a traditional washing machine. Here’s a list of winter clothes & items best left to the professionals.

Blankets, Blankets, Blankets:

While comforters, big blankets and pillows stay fresh and clean a lot longer than bed sheets, they still need to be washed a few times a year. A good rule of thumb is to send them in for cleaning when the seasons change! But remember, if someone’s been sick, it’s a good idea to wash all their bedding.

Wool blankets are some of the warmest, most reliable blankets around. But you have to be careful not to treat and clean them with harsh chemicals! Just send them in for a good dry cleaning.

Ski Stuff

Did you know that you are actually supposed to wash your ski jacket and pants? And that, as dirt, grime and sweat build up in it season after season, it affects your winter clothing’s performance? Help your clothing help keep you warm by keeping it clean. While we can wash your gear at just the right temp, with a thorough tumble dry, you could also consider a hearty dry cleaning! So long as your jacket isn’t stuffed with down, dry cleaning will have it looking good as new.

Hats, Gloves and Scarfs

Hats, gloves and scarves are all up in your face, all the time! It’s important to remember all the facial oil, sweat, even germs and mildew that build up in these winter articles. Make sure to wash them (or send them to us!) three to five times each winter. About once or twice a month!

Happy Laundry and Dry Cleaning | 3027 E. Mission Spokane, WA 99202 | 509.481.9150