Kitchens are a critical part of any accommodation facility. They are the spaces in which culinary delights are created and memories born. However, they can also be a source of illness.
Other than getting your guests in shape, your gym could potentially get them sick too! Shocking right? Well, research shows that gyms can be hotbeds for germ activity thanks to the germs gym goers leave behind. The sweaty, damp, and high touch nature of gyms make them the ideal Petri dish for microbes and pathogens.
Going to the gym is part of many guests’ routine. They go to the gym to work up a sweat and improve their health and well-being. However, gyms can also be places where people can pick up germs and infections.
Carpets have come a long way. From ancient rugs made of sheep wool to the earliest known knotted rug - the Pazyryk - to the plush carpets that line our homes, schools and offices today. They contribute to the aesthetic appeal of a room, keep our feet warm and offer comfort.
Best practice dictates that you disinfect these surfaces daily. But before you can disinfect a surface, you must first clean it. Cleaning removes dirt, germs, and other contaminants. Use soap and water to effectively clean all objects or surfaces.