The Norton Supply Difference

Change is good. Change makes you smarter. If things never changed, you’d never learn anything new. And every time you learn a new skill — even if it’s just how to adapt — you are that much smarter than you were yesterday.  Simply put...If you change nothing, nothing will change.

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Something New

Tired of cheap old boring hangers?  We have a rainbow selection of new hangers that will add vibrancy to any closet or store. Available in sample packs as well. 

Carts Are Our Business

Our wire laundry carts have been the standard of the industry for over 70 years. They are used in the majority of America's coin laundries as well as on-premise and commercial laundries. They are used internationally in over 20 countries and are built for years of trouble free service. 

We are the largest dealer of R&B Baskets in the country and we stock our baskets for immediate shipment.  Order today, ships tomorrow.

Inside Norton

We are real people, real products and looking to make your life better.

Everything Clean Blog

A Coin Laundromat Owner’s Guide To Social Media Reviews

A Coin Laundromat Owner’s Guide To Social Media Reviews

Customer reviews on social media sites such as Facebook or Yelp can either greatly benefit or severely harm your business. Although you can’t control what customers say about your coin laundry, you can control how you respond, which will affect your company’s reputation.
December 12, 2017 by Bill Mark
Is ‘Free-Drying’ a Cost-Effective Way to Delight Your Customer Base?

Is ‘Free-Drying’ a Cost-Effective Way to Delight Your Customer Base?

Handing out a free drying promotion isn’t inherently good or bad. In fact, laundromat promotions are normally bathed in a positive light. 
December 11, 2017 by Bill Mark
Free Infographic - 5 Laundry Essentials You Should Sell

Free Infographic - 5 Laundry Essentials You Should Sell

Owning and operating a laundromat comes with great responsibility, and with that responsibility comes even more decision-making.
December 11, 2017 by Bill Mark

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