Laundry Rooms

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Laundry rooms are often seen in barns where horsehair can be kept from people’s clothes.  Washing horse blankets require a heavy-duty machine.  Where there are a lot of horses using leg wraps, saddle pads and blankets, having a washer and dryer dedicated to the barn is almost essential.

Climate determines where a laundry room is located.  In south Florida, many hook up the machines on the backside of the barn with the drain hose lying on the ground.  Dryers stand alongside, and both machines are open to the air and exposed to the weather.

Colder climates have these machines tucked into the back of a utility room or installed on pedestals in dedicated laundry rooms.  They all keep the horse clothes clean and ready to get dirty again.

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