Tapestry artifact laundry helper - Salary and Career
Dyeurs, Washers, Machine

Tapestry artifact laundry helper - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They perform laundry, dyeing and ironing services for people, commercial and industrial companies, hospitals and various types of entities, using equipment and machines. They receive, sort and test clothes and artifacts to be washed dry or with water. They remove stains, dye and finish clothes, sofas and fabric and leather upholstery, ironing clothes. They inspect the service, pack and ship clothes and artifacts.

How much does an Tapestry artifact laundry helper earn

A Tapestry artifact laundry helper earns between $1.150 and $2.196 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.380 and a median salary of $1.366 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 661 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Tapestry artifact laundry helper

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.380 16.556 345 6
1º Quartile 1.150 13.796 287 5
Median Salary 1.366 16.386 341 6
3º Quartile 1.675 20.096 419 8
Higher Salary 2.196 26.351 549 10

Professional job categories

  • Service workers, trade sellers in stores and markets
    • service workers
      • workers in beauty and personal care services
        • dyeurs, washers, machine

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Main workplaces

Dyeurs, Washers, Machine they work in domestic, commercial, industrial and hospital laundries, which provide services to people, hotels, restaurants and institutions such as day care centers, clothing stores and hospitals. They can be employed with a formal contract, working under supervision, or on their own, without supervision, as is the case with the partner-owner of the laundry and the clothes dyer. The differences between commercial and industrial laundries tend to decrease due to the implementation of laundry networks, with distributed collection points and specialized services concentrated in strategic points. Biosafety standards and procedures vary by degree and type of dirt on the parts, according to current legislation.

What does it take to work in the field of Dyeurs, Washers, Machine

For the exercise of these occupations, elementary education is required, followed by training in the workplace or in vocational education institutions, except for the clothes dyer, whose requirement is high school. Both for the clothes dyer and for the washer of upholstery artifacts, a professional qualification course of two hundred class hours is additionally required. The full performance of activities varies from two to five years of practice.

Functions and activities of Tapestry artifact laundry helper

Dyeurs, Washers, Machine must:

  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • ironing;
  • inspect service;
  • machine washing fabric and leather artifacts;
  • dispatch clothing and artifacts;
  • pack clothes;
  • machine washing fabric and leather goods;
  • sort clothes;
  • testing clothing and artifacts;
  • dye clothes;
  • water and dry wash;
  • test clothing and artifacts;
  • inspect the service;
  • remove stains;
  • receive clothes;
  • ship clothing and artifacts;
  • dying clothes;
  • machine wash fabric and leather artifacts;
  • ironing clothes;
  • sort clothing;
  • clothes pack;
  • testing clothes and artifacts;
  • give a final finish to the service;
  • receiving clothes;
  • receive clothing;
  • pack clothes;

  • Activities

    • check parts lots;
    • ironing with ironing;
    • dose chemicals;
    • analyze the cause of tissue damage;
    • control the ph;
    • pack by crates;
    • deironing new clothes with hot detergent;
    • seal buttons;
    • dedicate yourself to the activity;
    • ironing clothes at a stall;
    • rinse garments after dyeing;
    • calculate service price;
    • dry clothes;
    • perform periodic medical examinations;
    • batch pack;
    • wet clothes before ironing;
    • hang clothes on the hanger;
    • fix dye;
    • testing clothing before dry cleaning;
    • adapt types of washing products;
    • neutralize product residues on clothes;
    • folding ironing;
    • adjust the type of dye;
    • follow company standards;
    • calculate the service price;
    • ironing;
    • work as a team;
    • distill product after washing;
    • contact customer in case of damage;
    • use epi;
    • beating carpets with card;
    • prewash;
    • count pieces;
    • tie clothes in batches;
    • purge clothes;
    • pack clothes per unit;
    • ironing the dummy;
    • softening fabric fibers in dryer;
    • spraying rugs;
    • marking clothes with line and pen;
    • sort by clothing type;
    • check the quality of the service;
    • washing carpet;
    • register customers;
    • hanging clothes on the rack;
    • vaccinate yourself periodically;
    • pull buttons;
    • work safely;
    • download color;
    • update yourself;
    • spin clothes;
    • check for occasional damage to clothes;
    • pack clothes with plastic;
    • sofa wash;
    • examine washing conditions;
    • identify stains;
    • issue work order;
    • label clothes;
    • apply non-slip on rugs;
    • examine machines;
    • appreciate your service;
    • report customer promotions;
    • drying carpets naturally or in a stove;
    • check for procedural errors;
    • operate the machines;
    • weigh clothes;
    • check batch is complete;
    • testing clothes before dry cleaning;
    • discriminate clothes;
    • dye fabric, button and thread;
    • dismember artifacts;
    • bleach;
    • set deadlines for execution of services;
    • kiln drying sofa;
    • check the clothing with the work order;
    • participate in training;
    • machine cool;
    • apply fabric softener after dyeing;
    • issue invoice;
    • water wash;
    • apply the product on the stain;
    • remove hair;
    • inspect clothes;
    • remove lining to wash;
    • identify clothes by brand;
    • accept customer feedback;
    • take marbles;
    • register clothes entry;
    • adjust the temperature to the type of fabric;
    • color sort;
    • rug combing;
    • rust clothes;
    • time wash time;
    • brush blankets;
    • vacuuming carpets;
    • charge for service;
    • compose the colors;
    • testing color and fabric resistance;
    • nailing rugs to a ruler to dry;
    • roll the rugs;
    • list clothing list;
    • observe the fiber characteristics;
    • sort by fabric type;
    • ironing according to the label specification;
    • carpet centrifuge;
    • inspect stain removal;
    • testing the fabric;
    • justify the customer for any delays;
    • moisten clothes before ironing;
    • dry wash;
    • rug pressing;
    • pack curtains;
    • remove hairs;
    • forward clothes by destination;
    • set the machine by washing type;
    • discriminate colors and stains;
    • measuring garments before and after washing;
    • display the work process;
    • treat the customer with respect;
    • test products;
    • remove marbles;
    • demonstrate discipline;
    • perform small repairs on clothing;
    • separate by degree of soiling;
    • rug ironing;
    • work carefully;
    • identify product to remove stains;
    • load clothing in vehicle;
    • soaping clothes after dyeing;
    • separate clothes by wet and dry cleaning;
    • vacuum sofa;
    • weigh clothes for washing;
    • demonstrate responsibility;
    • distribute pieces by customer;

    Sectors that hire Tapestry artifact laundry helper the most in the job market

    • laundries
    • other personal service activities
    • retailer of other products
    • washing, lubricating and polishing services for motor vehicles
    • cleaning in buildings and households
    • retailer of household sanitizing products
    • retailer of upholstery, curtains and blinds
    • furniture item repair
    • shoe retailer
    • maintenance and repair of equipment and products

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