As the hotels follow the rules of hygiene in 2020? The TV reporters checked, the results are disappointingPictolic
Pandemic coronavirus has taught us how important cleanliness, hygiene and disinfection. And places such as hotels must first comply with all the rules, but unfortunately, not all hoteliers are doing it.
The crew of Inside Edition conducted your experiment by checking popular hotels of America.
Here is the process of applying the spray
Project members checked into rooms of different hotels throughout the city, where the sheets using a special spray left the test logos. In addition they also marked towels and pillows.
These logos are only visible under UV light
The next day, under a different name in the participants re-booked the same rooms, with the success of got into them and was shocked again by seeing the logos! This could be forgiven in 2018-2019, but during the pandemic coronavirus... It's awful!
The experiment began with a visit to the prestigious and expensive hotel, the trump Tower (Trump International).
Participants used a cardboard template, after which it was possible to see a similar logo, if you Shine an ultraviolet lamp. Of course, a simple wash immediately washes away all traces of the spray.
The group had left marks on the panels, on the sheets and pillows, and the bathroom.
What did the next day.
The label disappeared only on the sheet, in other places nothing has been removed. The hotel does not pass the test, although after the release of the video with the experiment in the light of staff and denied this test, stating that its results were false.
Second in line was the Hampton Inn.
In the room, absolutely nothing was cleaned. All left the same as the sheets and pillows and towels. Not rubbed panels and the thermostat.
The last inspection took place the Hyatt Place.
The test results showed that the bed sheets are not replaced, but the pillow cases and towels were new. Furniture wiped, which is indicated by the blurring of the spray, but the remote is sanitized forgot...
It looks like a full shot of the experiment from a group of Inside Edition.