Laundry-on-Demand Growth: Huge Surge in New Customers (215%) for Oxwash UK

OXWASH has seen a huge surge in new customers by 215% as businesses and consumers seek alternatives to their usual laundry services. This comes in a context in which staff shortage in UK laundries causes a limited service capacity and prices increase.

Oxwas, a laundry based on the “on-demand” model, serves clients such as the NHS, luxury fashion rental businesses such as HURR, My Wardrobe HQ, Something Borrowed, Rotaro amongst others, as well as consumers.  The company was founded in 2018, when co-founder and ex-NASA scientist Dr Kyle Grant was completing his Synthetic Biology PhD at the University of Oxford. He joined forces with by Oxford engineer Tom de Wilton in a company that became one of UK’s fastest-growing laundry-on-demand businesses.


Awarded for Best Practices

In November 2020, Oxwash (UK) has won CINET’s Overall Best Practices Award in Category RTC-B. The International GBPAP2020 Jury appreciated the company’s innovative business approach, sustainable concept and operational organisation

Oxwash founders celebrating in style winning the GBPAP2020 Overall Award (RTC-B category)