Everyone knows how to define a dirty washroom. Most of us have probably been forced to use one at some point. The sinks are brown with some undefinable sludge, the flusher on the toilet barely functions and the hand dryer wheezes a damp chill at your wet hands.
It’s a nightmare scenario, and it used to be a situation you’d have to simply make do with. But now public toilet owners everywhere need to watch out – a poor review online could turn their fortunes on their head.
Websites like Toilet Inspector have been specifically designed to praise poor potties and shame lousy lavatories, all in the name of improving hygiene standards.
The site is split into various subsections, from Pub Toilets to Airport Toilets and much more, so you can find a sparkling washroom in no time.
Internet culture: namechecking high-quality washrooms
The always-on, 24/7 world of internet sharing means we’re always reviewing and appraising every place we visit – so why should our washrooms be any different?
So what do you need to avoid a one-star washroom?
- Keep a regular cleaning schedule with your staff.
- Ensure people are satisfied with your washroom by leaving satisfaction surveys at the door.
- Regularly check your washroom equipment to make sure it’s up to date and hygienic.
Bear these tips in mind and you’ll always have a washroom that’s spick and span.
For more information, get in touch – we’ll give you five-star service every time.