Be Your Own Boss By Venturing Into Laundry Business
Hello everyone. It is widely known that there are fewer or no jobs out there, which makes you and I wonder why we even went to school in the first place. Anyway I think it is a futile journey to venture into blaming the government, when we can create jobs ourselves. I graduated school and fell into the same “what next?” predicament. Then I decided to pick up my old hustle before getting admission, which is dry cleaning.
This is a very lucrative business that people would not want to venture into, just because they see it as demeaning to wash for other people, but trust me, there is a load of cash in the business and you need little or nothing to commence on the business, and this is what I would be sharing with you.
First, you would need to spend at least 2 weeks with a professional dry cleaner, who would teach you the basics of laundry to a customers satisfaction.
Secondly, when you are certified good enough, purchase the following items;
* Blankets as underlay, as well as white clothes to be laid on it.
* A pressing iron
*a big table
*A few big bowls
*White nylons (the ones used in bagging bags of pure water)
With these, you can start your laundry business even at home. If you think it is not lucrative enough, let’s do some quick maths
You wash and iron one shirt for 200, which means if you wash 10 shirts for 2 person, that is 2,000. Such person may give you 5 trousers and 2 suits plus 3 natives. (A Trouser is 150, native is 400 naira per pair and suit is 600 naira for a pair. Do the maths.)
it is a really nice business and you can make more than 50 thousand per month. That’s way better than staying at home. And with time you will develop more skills and get more customers and more money to get a shop, etc. Good luck.