SudShare for Workers 4+

Work from Home Doing Laundry

SudShare, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 2.5K Ratings
    • Free



With Sudshare you earn money doing laundry from home. You’re the boss, so you work when you want and earn what you need. You get paid instantly and getting started is really easy.


1. Signup
Simply fill out the form and watch a short basic training video.

2. Accept Jobs
We send you jobs in your area. Accept the jobs you want.

3. Wash-Dry-Fold
Pick up your customers laundry, wash-dry-fold, and deliver.

4. Get Paid
Instant payout for Diamond Sudsters. Standard 2-day payout for others.

- At least 18 years old
- Access to a washer & dryer
- A car or some way to pick-up and deliver
- U.S. Social Security Number (for background check)
- Laundry Detergent
- A Basic Bathroom Scale
- Plastic Bags


- What are my hours?
That’s up to you. You’re the boss. You set your hours. Work when you want. Take off when you feel like it.

- What’s my work area?
That’s up to you too. You’re the boss. You decide your work area.

- How quickly does the laundry have to be done?
Orders accepted today must be completed and delivered by 8pm tomorrow.

- How much money do I need to invest?
Nothing! Zero! Zilch. Assuming you have what’s required to start (which most people do), there is no investment required.

- How much money can I make?
Most Sudsters earn $15-$20/hour. It depends on how efficient you work.
Your hourly and total monthly earnings depend on several factors.
· Demand. The demand for wash-dry-fold services in your area affects job availability.
· Days your available. The sudshare platform is available 24/7/365. The more days you’re available the more money you can make.
· Your rating. All washers get a rating. The higher your rating the more jobs you’re offered. Your rating is determined mostly by customer feedback.
It’s impossible to predict exactly how much you’ll earn monthly, however, successful hard working washers in high-demand areas can earn up to $2000/month.

To check if SudShare is in your area, go to

What’s New

Version iOS App 3.5.0

We update the SudShare app as often as possible to make it easier and more reliable for you. Here are a couple of the enhancements in the latest update:
- Ability to Delete accounts
- Important bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

sbrown255 ,

I’m My own boss

I’m a stay at home mom, so when I found an opportunity toMake money while I can work around my kids schedule, I took a chance. I did have an issue with getting responses back, but that issue was fixed. This company it’s just like Uber but for laundry. You do have to spend some money to make money. But that’s with any where you work.(uniform, gas, transportation)
I’ve seen some negative reviews and everyone has their own experience and I don’t know if they were just upset and had bad experiences, but TBH being your own boss, and making your own schedule, can return into you creating your own bad experiences. There will always be those customers anywhere you go they have something negative to say, and I’ve been the victim of a mad customer who took it out on me who wasn’t even mad at me to begin with.
If you want to make good money the easy way on your own schedule this is a great company to work for and if the laundry isn’t at least 20 pounds you still get $15 for that order instead of getting only nine dollars.

cgfdvjjgkihkhghnv ,

Not sure

Good evening well yes I did my first order and after thinking out the whole routine and along with the work from my first order I felt as though I did not make what I really should’ve made, in all reality gas fuel is just about five dollars a gallon,so with that being said I’m spending a trip to go and pick up clothes that’s 25 minutes away from my home coming back home, washing the clothes, I wash five loads, from my first order each machine run is a hour I’m working from home, half of the clothes I had to hang up to dry, that took the whole entire day to dry,then folding and putting them back in a bag neatly and hanging them on hangers and bagging them neatly, plus spinning another trip there to drop off in another trip to come back home with all that time I made $42 and spent almost 8 hours all together on five loads of clothes, mind you had to wait for two loads of those clothes to dry because they wanted them hung dry I live in a regular home I live in a regular home clothes don’t dry well in basements.I’m not saying that it’s not worth doing it just does not pay well enough to do and then you have to use your own gas and electric your own laundry detergent and if it’s allogenic that’s another laundry detergent that you have to purchase I’m not making anything it’s considered cheap labor to me not for you to take it personal but this need to be worked a bit more.I am a poor woman with four children that’s not enough money to feed my kids and myself.

Rodkewich ,

VERY low pay, don’t waste your time signing up

I downloaded the app and went through all the steps to get an account set up. I thought this would be a great opportunity to make some extra money while being able to stay at home. All of the jobs offered were about 2 bags of laundry and estimate I would make would be $20. I was shocked! I even emailed with the company asking questions to see if this is correct and to see if better jobs or higher pay were offered after you do a few jobs- nope, that’s correct. Charging $1 per pound of laundry and giving the worker who does the laundry $0.75, even if the customer tips very well, it’s not worth it. No way would it be worth driving to someone’s house to pick up, sorting and doing the laundry with my own supplies and then driving the laundry back. The time alone this would take, if doing 2 loads, would be at least 4 hours. If you deduct the cost of the laundry detergent, the bags, gas for your car, the wear and tear on your washing machine/dryer, your electric bill, water bill… would profit hardly anything. I’m sorry, my time is definitely worth more than the $1 an hour I’d possibly make. I’ve tried to think about how this would be worth it to someone to do for work……even if you lived in a building where there were multiple washing machines and you could use them for free- I still don’t think you would profit enough for it to be worth your time after you deduct your gas/car costs, supplies, etc.

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