Site Inspect for FAMS

Dallas is not a good bathroom cleaner upper. Probably never will be, so occasionally, i can no longer stand the mess and start scrubbing. I don’t mind, he takes out hay for me when it’s too cold to live, manhandles gates i struggle with, and does lots of other jobs that are getting harder and harder for me. ANYWAY, here’s about as clean as one can get cheap Mustee brand shower panels after being used for 5 years. Took me about half an hour, scrub brush, cloth, Soft Scrub, hot water, and tooth brush to get this clean. However, as a former travel consultant and group air coordinator, i had the opportunity to participate in a few FAM (familiarization) trips. On FAM trips, we are paraded to various hotels, restaurants, etc in the hopes we would book their properties (they are paying for this FAM), so we learn to scrutinize. Looking at this shower, what would you check to see if it was clean?

Nothing can be perfectly clean, but there is definitely a minimum standard to be maintained to show respect for your paying guests. (this is our home now and no longer a guesthouse)

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Here’s the mostly cleaned shower.  If you were doing a site inspection for a hotel, where would you look?
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The bottom of the shower curtain.
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Run your finger or a cloth on all horizontal surfaces.
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Note the difference between the cleaned edge on the right vs still dirty on the left.
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Check the top of the curtain rod.
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Inspect corners and the BACK of the frame panel.
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The soap dish should be scrubbed.

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