At first I was going to do a joke about “keeping your whites their whitest” but then I thought better of it. Instead I thought I would just note the history of Dublin Ireland’s Swastika Laundry and the electric vans they used to pickup and deliver Dubliners’ wearables. The company was founded in 1912, and took its name from an Indian symbol for good luck. They used electric vans owing to their quiet nature and low operating costs. The Brush Electric Van above isn’t an actual Swastika van, but a van from another Dublin laundry company—Darty—painted up for the 1983 RTE television series, Caught in a Free State.
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