To see if a hotel room has been really cleaned, start checking from the bed.
If the blankets, sheets, pillows and sheets are wrinkled and not smooth, your room may have been overlooked by the cleaning staff, or not done properly. This tip to check if a room has been cleaned or not was revealed by an anonymous flight attendant. She shared that she has 19 years of flying experience and spends most of her time in hotel rooms.
Dan, a housekeeping worker in the town of Mariposa, near Yosemite National Park, USA, said that he has to clean 20 rooms every day. This is equivalent to having at least 20 beds that need to be made, sheets changed, and really busy work. “So if I see a used bed that’s not too cluttered, I’ll just pull the sheets flat in the hope that later guests don’t notice,” Dan said. The cleaner also added that he has used this trick since working until now.
Another app to check out is the super speed kettle. Harrison Jacobs, a frequent traveler and spends up to 300 nights at hotels a year, also shares more tips for checking cleanliness. Instead of the bed, Jacobs would look inside the super kettle in the room. If mold or rust is found, Jacobs knows that the housekeeping has neglected to clean the kettle. This proves that they clean the room carelessly. He will ask to change rooms, or shorten his stay at hotels like this. Explaining for the first electric kettle inspection, he said: “Coffee maker, super speed kettle often has water and moisture, so it is easy to have mold and rust. These are also two items many hotels have. often skip the thorough cleaning.
Mr. Minh (Follow News)