We all know how big a role the senses play in influencing our lives.
How to Keep Your Washroom Smelling Fresh
Whether it’s a striking view that takes your breath away or a piece of music that kindles fond memories, the five senses effortlessly combine to create our very own picture of the world around us.
Consequently, business owners must pay attention to the way in which their premises arouse customers’ senses if their company is to stand any chance of success.
After all, an entranceway that looks like a door to a Dickensian dosshouse or a reception area filled with squawking employees is unlikely to fill your patrons or visitors with confidence – and way your premises smells is equally as important.
Considering smell is the most important sense in relation to memory, it often gives us a very quick, very intensive reaction to odours. Consequently, if your office or warehouse smells like a pig farm, it’s enough to turn your customers off for good.
And nowhere is this more evident than in your company’s washroom.
Don’t Let Bad Odours Get Up Customers’ Noses
Quite simply, unpleasant odours emanating from your washroom quickly give off the impression of poor hygiene and can adversely affect the way customers view your organisation – and even regular cleaning can often fail to deal with the problem.
Indeed, washrooms with a lot of foot traffic offer the ideal breeding ground for nasty bacteria and viruses, as they typically provide a warm and moist environment, which can even lead to mould, fungi and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
So what’s the solution?
At Rentokil Specialist Hygiene, we offer a unique air steriliser that operates continually to eliminate surface and airborne odour-causing bacteria. The result? A washroom that’s fresh smelling, hygienic and won’t leave your visitors running for the hills.
Additionally, the steriliser also gets rid of bacteria and viruses such as E coli, salmonella, rhinovirus and hepatitis A. For more information about an air steriliser to charm the senses of your visitors, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of the team – we’d love to help.