Amazing hotel aromas

The moment you step into a hotel your shoulders drop, your jaw relaxes and you can feel your frown evaporated. And that’s just from the fragrance that envelopes you. It’s one you associate with pampering, luxury and good times at your favourite hotels. How do they manage to always smell so good?

Scent diffusers

Scent diffusers, often very quiet ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) diffusers attached to air-conditioning systems, disperse nanoparticles of scented oils into the air. It’s subtle but hard to ignore.

Scent branding

Top luxury hotels use the power of scent to brand themselves. Visitors won’t specifically be able to identify the fragrance independently, but they will be able to associate it with the hotel. Hotels often commission customised scents unique to themselves. However, should a person get a whiff of their favourite hotel’s scent anywhere else, their mood will immediately lift at the memory of their great experiences at their hotel. They might even be enticed to make a booking right away!

You can recreate a similar experience for your business. Whether you manage a spa, a craft shop or a stationery store creating a signature scent will give your customers a little happy distraction. If you can add a scented pouch or something similar with the same fragrance into their shopping bag you give them a bit of your business to take home with them and extend that joyous feeling.

Make it linger

Many hotels are starting to offer their signature scents for sale to their visitors. Being able to soak in a bath with a hotel-scented candle will probably relax someone more than the bath on its own would. And it might even inspire them to make a booking for a proper pampering at your hotel.

Signature scents

There are a few key fragrances that form the foundation of any scent a given hotel might design its signature brand around.

Citrus

This is a light, energizing scent that still smells luxurious. It’s not too sweet and guaranteed to uplift stressed moods.

Florals

Lily, jasmine, lavender, rose, geranium and more. Florals are popular fragrances to imbue the air with opulence.

Spices

Add depth and nuance to your hotel’s fragrance profiles with spices. These aromas may more smoky, sweet, or herbal.

Wood

For a more formal, heavier or muskier scent, woody fragrances add gravitas. It’s perfect for cooler climates when the warm, comforting fragrance can envelop your visitor in delight.

The smell of success

Condrou Manufacturing provides a range of fragrances and fragrance delivery systems to the hospitality industry. If you need more information, chat with our team and discover how we can help.

Iron like a pro

Let’s face it ironing is the most loathed chore in any household. Imagine if you worked in a hotel and had to ensure all the sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers were creaseless!

Fortunately, the people in the hotels’ laundries have the best equipment for the job and know all the tips and tricks to take the tedium out of pressing. Take a leaf from their book.

Steam iron

How much and often you iron are key factors when choosing a steam iron. When shopping around, pay special attention to the iron’s heating performance, its steam capacity, what the soleplate surface is made off, the iron’s weight and the length of the cord.

Pressing cloth

One of the greatest ironing fears is ending up with a pair of shiny pants that were never meant to shine. That’s where a pressing cloth comes in. Used between the iron and your clothes, the pressing cloth bears the brunt so the natural fibres of your clothes don’t get scorched and the synthetics don’t melt. Pressing cloths are often made from 100% white cotton and should be large enough to ensure no part of your iron’s soleplate touches the item that’s being ironed.

Ironing board

While an ironing board isn’t exactly essential, it does make ironing a lot easier. When buying an ironing board its size, specifically height is important. You don’t want to be hunched over or stretched onto tippy-toes. It won’t endear you to the chore. Weight and how/where you will storage should also be considered.

Ironing board cover

It’s not just pretty fabric covering the surface of your ironing board. Getting a special ironing board cover will extend the life of your ironing board. The best option is a Teflon-coated cotton cover lined with heavy felt.

Spray bottle

When ironing natural fibre items a fine mist spray bottle will make for easy work, even with a good steam iron items that are damp gets the job done faster and easier.

Sleeve board

With traditional ironing boards, it seems like your options are wrinkles or ironed-in creases when it comes to sleeves. On dress shirts, that’s not a big deal, but it’s not ideal for dresses, jackets, etc. A sleeve ironing board is a mini version of your standard one but it has a raised pressing area that allows you to slip the sleeve over the pressing surface.

Smooth sailing

Condrou Manufacturing provides a range of steam irons, ironing boards and clothes presses to industries that deal with significant volumes of laundry. If you need more information, chat with our team and discover how we can help.

Why hotel sheets are special

What is nothing better than sliding between the crisp white sheets in a lovely hotel? Hotels go through significant numbers of sheets and towels daily and how these are laundered makes all the difference.

Keeping sheets white

Ever wondered how do hotels keep their sheets so white? There are a great deal of stains that need to be washed out and the answer, surprisingly, isn’t bleach. In addition to standard stain remover, a combination of laundry detergent and baking soda is stirred into a big pot and the sheets are then boiled for half an hour.

Washing the linen happens in three stages: a detergent wash, a wash with fabric softener and the final wash includes bleach, bringing out that bright white colour.

Sheets are washed in cold water because hot water will break the material down faster. It’s also important to not over- or underfill the washing machine. Too much linen means not enough mechanical action gets to all the creases to clean thoroughly, and not filling enough results in too much mechanical action, breaking the linen down faster. The rule of thumb is to fill the washing machine to about 80% of its capacity.

Often the machines used in hotels are state of the art with all the latest technology. They are also energy efficient and complete the wash cycle faster.

Why white

White sheets are the easiest to stain, and that’s part of the appeal. When you look at your bed in a hotel, you will immediately spot if it’s dirty. If the linen was a darker colour or even patterned, you wouldn’t see any mess as easily.

They are practical too because there’s no risk of colours fading or bleeding.

White linen also adds a feeling of luxury to the room. You feel instantly calm and pampered when you walk into a hotel room with an impeccably made bed in white linen.

Fluffy towels

Another treat during your hotel visit is wrapping up in a soft, fluffy towel after your shower. Of course, there are secrets to keeping the towels in top form despite all the washing.

The most important thing to step is to skip the fabric softener because it would leave a thin waxy layer on the material. Instead, a splash of vinegar is added during the rinse cycle to take care of any lingering soap.

Once towels are pulled out of the washing machine they’re given a good shake to fluff up the loops. If you’d like to achieve the super-fluff at home, add a new, clean tennis ball into your tumble dryer with the towels.

How do hotels keep sheets white? It takes more than bleach. But if you’re dedicated to recreating the hotel feel at home, it is possible with the right detergents, machine settings, and little hacks.

Snooze-worthy bedding

Condrou Manufacturing provides laundry supplies to leading hospitality establishments. If you need more information, chat with our team and discover how we can help.

The ins and outs of garment bags

Clothes are becoming increasingly more expensive. It’s important to protect them to ensure longevity. The easiest way to do this is by using suit and dress covers. These items are usually made of polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or polyethylene vinyl acetate (PEVA). Condrou Manufacturing provides a variety of garment covers.

How to use garment bags

Protect your warm wool coat by placing it in a garment bag before hanging it in the back of your wardrobe. This protects your coat from moths, dust and dampness during months you won’t be wearing it. Do this seasonally with garments you’re not likely to wear for a few months.

Look at you, globetrotter. Keep your suits, shirts, blouses and dresses wrinkle-free while you travel. It also helps to keep them clean while you commute from point A to point B.

Garment bags also protect your clothes when you’re moving. Fold the bags with your clothes in half and pack them in boxes. Once you arrive at your new home you can simply hang it all up again.

Garment bag benefits

Having few garment bags on hand can make your life easier. These are some of the advantages of suit and dress covers:

  • They are durable enough for travelling and shipping
  • Once they’re zipped up they are water-resistant
  • It’s a very affordable way to protect your clothes
  • They are lightweight
  • They won’t damage your garment fabric
  • In most planes, there is a special compartment where travellers’ garment bags are kept
  • They protect delicate fabrics from heat and moisture
  • They often have reinforced hangers that can stand up to heavy or bulky garments like wedding dresses

Smart cover-up

Condrou Manufacturing provides suit and dress covers in a range of material to various industries. If you need more information, chat with our team and discover how we can help.

A Rundown of Dry-Cleaning Chemicals

Whether you’re an enthusiast, are looking to open up your own dry-cleaning company, or are simply concerned about the viability of sending your favourite suit in for a clean, there is a lot to be learned about the dry-cleaning chemicals used to reinvigorate your most cherished items of clothing; or those of your customers.

Commercial dry cleaning is nothing new, in fact, it has been around since the early 1800s, and in that time its approaches and the chemicals it uses have been refined and polished to be more effective, less harmful for the environment, and far more cost-effective and accessible.

So, let’s explore the chemicals that have made this possible, how they are used in dry-cleaning, cautions to be taken when using them, and which fabrics they can be used with to clean them.

Which Chemicals are Commonly Used in Dry-Cleaning?

To start off let’s explore the main chemicals and solvents that are used in the dry-cleaning process. These same chemicals have been in use for as far back as anyone can remember, thanks to their effectiveness and affordability.

These chemicals include Solvay Perchloroethylene, Hydrocarbon and White Spirits. There has been a rise of alternative substances surfacing in the market. Some claim to be eco-friendly or more effective. There has, however, been no solid evidence to prove any of that. For that reason, the three chemicals mentioned above are typically used across all major dry-cleaners; while the others seem to come and go.

Solvay Perchloroethylene

Perchloroethylene is more commonly known as tetrachloroethylene. It is colourless and non-flammable at room temperature.

This particular chemical is insoluble with water, and so requires the use of alcohol, ether, chloroform or benzene. In the case of dry cleaning, this chemical is used with white spirits to achieve this objective.

This is where dry-cleaning gets its name from. It doesn’t literally mean that clothes are cleaned without the use of any liquids, but rather without water since the chemicals used in the process require more stringent solvents in their application.

Perchloroethylene has quite a wide range of applications, many of them concerned with stain removal. It is also used in the automotive industry for cleaning brakes, as well as in silicone lubricants. In fact, its uses vary so much, that it is even used as a substitute insulating fluid for electrical transformers.

Hydrocarbon

Hydrocarbon describes a petroleum-based dry cleaning solvent. As you may have guessed from the name, it is made up entirely of two compounds; hydrogen and carbon.

It is used extensively in dry cleaning, particularly when cleaning soft or sensitive fabrics. Hydrocarbon works far less aggressively when cleaning fabrics than perchloroethylene does, making it a better fit for sensitive items of clothing.

This does, however, mean that cleaning with hydrocarbon takes a little longer than it would with perchloroethylene, but still cleans as effectively in most cases.

Hydrocarbon is also regarded as the most widely used organic compound known to man. It has been used throughout history for a range of applications, and its critical use in the production of natural gas and motor fuel, which has led many to believe that it has been one of the leading driving forces of Western civilisation.

So, hydrocarbon, it turns out, is way more than just a pretty suit. From its critical position in the motor industry right through to its power to remove even the most stubborn of stains, it is a remarkably powerful and compound; as well as a staple of the dry-cleaning industry.

White Spirits

White spirits are also not exclusively used by dry-cleaning businesses, but rather have a massive range of applications across a number of industries.

This liquid, colourless solvent can be used as a paint thinner, which is probably its most common domestic use. It does, however, have a range of industrial and commercial uses as well.

On top of that, white spirits are used as a mild solvent and can be used for cleaning machine tools and parts, and is also often used as a thread cutting and reaming lubricant when mixed with cutting oil.

In the case of dry-cleaning, white spirits are used as the major solvent for the dry-cleaning process, since it is both mild on most types of fabrics, and because it can be used to dilute Perchloroethylene.

Are these Chemicals Harmful to People?

Since we are working with chemicals here, it is always a good idea to understand the dangers they present to the people who come into contact with them. Under the right direction, when used as intended, these chemicals pose little risk to people.

However, accidents to happen, oversights may occur; when they do injuries may be the result. Because of this they should always be used with care.

But what are the dangers posed to people when using dry-cleaning chemicals, and how can those who make use of them, avoid the risks.

Perchloroethylene

Perchloroethylene is quite a harmful substance when not used as directed. When inhaled or ingested, Perchloroethylene can cause a range of unsavoury side-effects.

These may include central nervous system depression which decreases the rate of breathing in the body, slows the heart rate, may lead to a loss of consciousness and in some instances, may result in a coma or death due to the suppression of brain activity.

When mixed in high concentrations, Perchloroethylene can also cause severe irritation to mucous membranes in the body, including the eyes and respiratory tract.

It is also an irritant when it comes into contact with skin, and in some cases, may even result in chemical burns.

Hydrocarbon

Exposure to hydrocarbon is associated with a number of afflictions when it isn’t used as directed or in the event of an accident.

Inhalation, since hydrocarbon has low surface tension and viscosity, penetrates the lungs deeply when inhaled. From there it can lead to severe chemical pneumonitis which causes inflammation in the lungs. In some cases, this can be severe enough to be fatal.

Hydrocarbon is also associated with both short and long-term central nervous system suppression. Extended exposure to hydrocarbon can also lead to neuropathy, where the brain’s ability to carry messages is hampered, as well as a general reduction in the total mass of the brain.

It is also an irritant, which means that skin exposure may lead to burns, itchiness, lesions and rashes.

White Spirits

White spirits are considered to have fairly low levels of toxicity; however, it still poses a risk of illness when inhaled, ingested, or when it comes into contact with the skin.

Acute exposure may result in nervous system suppression, mental impairment and contact dermatitis, causing burns and irritations on the skin.

Extended exposure, which takes place for more than 13 years, may result in memory impairment and reduced memory and personality changes.

When inhaled in high concentrations, white spirits also have a narcotic effect, resulting in loss of concentration, blurred vision, confusion, headaches and drowsiness.

Precautions for Reducing the Risk of Harm

With all of this in mind, it is fairly easy to see why it is important to use and handle dry-cleaning chemicals properly.

You need to make sure that your chemicals are stored correctly, in the appropriate containers, to reduce the risk of spillage.

With regards to storage, it is also important to keep chemicals in a cool dry place to reduce the risk of fires. Containers should also be labelled correctly and clearly to eliminate confusion when using them.

Following use, always wash your hands thoroughly to remove all traces of materials from your skin.

Ensure that wherever these chemicals are being used, that the area has adequate ventilation so as not to inhale high concentrations of them.

Use protective gear where necessary, including gloves, protective goggles and masks.

Only use chemicals as directed and in the appropriate doses to avoid any incidents.

If exposure through inhalation, skin contact or ingestion occurs, be sure to seek medical attention immediately. Show the medical practitioner the label of the chemical that you have been exposed to.

Be sure to keep dry-cleaning chemicals out of the reach of children, your customers or any unauthorised personnel in your establishment. If necessary, keep chemicals under lock and key to ensure that they are not tampered with.

Which Fabrics React Badly to Dry Cleaning Chemicals?

While dry cleaning does offer a superior approach to cleaning many different types of fabrics, there are a few types that should not be cleaned with dry-cleaning chemicals. These are generally softer, lighter, more sensitive fabrics, or those that by their composition, are damaged using chemicals.

Let’s take a closer look:

PVC & Polyurethane Fabrics

Plastic, PVC and polyester fabrics fall under the category of synthetic materials, and should never be dry-cleaned.

When these materials are dry-cleaned, they are exposed to chemicals that deteriorate them, which causes significant damage to the fabric.

Cotton, Cashmere & Silk

Cotton, cashmere and silk come from a particular family of fabrics that are delicate and sensitive. For the most part, these fabrics do not need to be dry-cleaned and can typically be washed in a normal machine.

Where these materials are included in a more complex mixture of fabrics, such as in the lining of suits, dry-cleaning is generally a better option. This is because regular washing may cause these fabrics to lose their shape with any other approach to washing them.

However, if the dry-cleaning equipment is not properly maintained, or where something goes wrong with the process, even these light fabrics might be damaged, shrunk or permanently creased.

Take a Look at the Tag

A good point of reference with any fabric is to look at the tag. Find out what percentage of polyester is in the fabric, for example. While most items of clothing can be safely cleaned through dry-cleaning, it is essential to be aware of those that cannot.

Where fabrics such as cotton and silk might be sensitive to exposure to water, it might be a better option to dry-clean them instead; albeit very carefully.

How Do Dry-Cleaning Chemicals Fight Against Bacteria?

Dry-cleaning works to eliminate bacteria on a number of levels through every step of its processes.

Through the use of white spirits and Perchloroethylene when dry-cleaning, most of the bacteria held inside the fibres of clothing are destroyed. However, even before this step, clothes can be sanitised in hot water to clear most of the germs on a garment.

As part of the final step of dry cleaning, which is ironing and steaming; multiple layers of dry heat exposure also work to eliminate bacteria that is present in clothing.

This might seem like overkill, however, when you consider how infrequently clothing is dry-cleaned, it is easy to see why additional efforts need to be taken to eradicate bacteria in them.

There are a number of different types of bacteria commonly present in clothing fibres, including some of those considered to be dangerous to humans.

They include species of:

Salmonella, campylobacter, Escherichia coli (e-coli) and Clostridium Difficile.

Dry cleaning actually offers a more effective and safer way to remove this bacterium from your clothing.

Researchers have conducted tests on the average domestic washing machine and have found that much of the bacteria that is supposed to be eliminated from clothing, generally finds a new home in washing machines.

From there, they will actually spread to other fabrics being washed in them.

Do does dry-cleaning effectively kill the bacteria in clothing?

It absolutely does, and it does it far more effectively than other methods of cleaning.

Looking for Dry-Cleaning Chemicals? Contact Condrou Manufacturers Today

If you are in the market for high-quality and affordable dry-cleaning chemicals for your business, be sure to get into contact with a representative from Condrou Manufacturing today, or visit our website for additional information on our offers.

Packaging Supplies Expected by Hotel Guests

Running a successful hotel means paying attention to every little detail and providing a service that takes care of all of the needs of your guests. Everything from the lobby and the poolside to the rooms and restaurants all need to cater for luxury, convenience, hygiene and relaxation, and achieving this requires you to provide specialised hospitality products that form a seamless part of your guests’ experience of your hotel.

Packaging, both for your goods and theirs, plays an important role in this, which makes sourcing the right types of it an important thing for hotel owners and managers to think about.

Here are the different types which should be found in your hotel:
 

Plastics & Covers

Plastic packaging solutions are typically used to keep bedding and towels protected once they have been laundered, and show your guests that the extra mile has been taken to ensure the best levels of hygiene in your establishment.

They can also be branded for a personal touch, when ordered in the right quantities.

Additionally, plastic packaging can also come as newspaper bags and laundry bags for storing waste or dirty clothes and linen, while barrel bags can be used to protect larger items like pillows.
 

Branded Boxes

Branded boxes are used for a number of reasons in the hospitality industry and can be corrugated, vlakote, imitation leather or plastic cane. The right boxes can enhance hotel rooms significantly while making your brand visible, and can also be used as shirt stiffeners to keep guests looking presentable during their stay with you.
 

Clothing Protection

Hospitality products designed to protect clothing also come in a range of types, including suit bags, dress covers, PVC covers and material covers. These are particularly important if your establishment caters for business trips, weddings, conferences and events.
 

Contact Condrou Manufacturing for Details

If you would like to know more about sourcing branded packaging materials for your hotel or guesthouse, be sure to get into contact with a representative from Condrou Manufacturing today, or visit our website for details on our hospitality products.

Hotel Horrors

On holiday, we often take it for granted that dedicated staff work behind the scenes to keep our rooms clean, make our beds and take care of the nitty cleaning and tidying procedures that would distract us from our much needed vacation. The reality is that the human species remain a part of the animal kingdom, some more than others judging by these horrendous room keeping stories! Don’t be ‘this’ guy or girl; respect for yourself and others still costs nothing.
 

1.      The Artistic Baby

One housekeeper recalls walking into a hotel room only to find that the walls had been unceremoniously ‘decorated’ with an artistic display; the medium was poop and the method was chaotic finger-painting. The parents, instead of wiping it off like responsible adults, had left the child’s ‘artwork’ to dry. Special cleaning services with more intense hospitality consumables had to be hired to take care of the mess appropriately.

As for the housekeeper that found the mess? Legend has it that she quit on the spot – can’t say we blame her!
 

2.      Leave the Science for the Labs

How true this story is – who can say? With that disclaimer out of the way, we are sure that somewhere, sometime, somehow, this has happened to someone before. There is one housekeeping tale that involves a member of staff finding floating body parts in the bathtub. After extensive investigation, it was found that the body parts were being thawed for medical science purposes. Hmmm…sounds awfully suspicious to us!
 

For Standard Cleaning, We Have You Covered

We do not provide counselling or consumables that can cleanse your brain of seeing what some hotel guests are capable of, nor can we confirm or deny these stories. For just about any other cleaning procedure pertaining to hotel rooms and hospitality products to get the job done, we can confirm that we are one of the best hospitality consumables suppliers in South Africa. Contact the team at Condrou Manufacturing or visit our website for more information.

Chemicals Needed for any Dry-Cleaning Business

Chemicals Needed for any Dry-Cleaning Business

There is a lot more to a dry-cleaning business than just owning a few washing machines and laundry detergent. Dry cleaners need to be able to remove stains that seem almost impossible, clean items that cannot simply be put into your normal washing machines or delicate materials that need specific detergents to be cleaned.

Solvay Perchloroethylene

Solvay Perchloroethylene, also known as Tetrachloroethylene, is a powerful colourless liquid cleaner used to remove tough spots on organic materials. It can be recognized by its sweet odor and sometimes used as a degreaser in the automotive industry.
 

Hydrocarbon

Hydrocarbon is made up of hydrogen and carbon. It is a petroleum based solvent used in dry cleaning. A popular myth is that it has a distinct bad smell, but a quality hydrocarbon solvent actually does not have any smell at all. Cleaning with hydrocarbon will not result in any fabric damage or colour loss from fabrics.
 

White Spirits

White spirits are typically used for cleaning leather and other materials. It is a very effective degreaser, great for getting out oil and grease from materials.  White spirits does not discolour or harm fabrics it is used on.
 

Coarse Salt

Coarse salt can be used to activate other cleaning materials used, this aids in the deodorising and cleaning abilities. Not only is coarse salt a great stain remover it also sets the colours in fabrics, keeping them brighter for longer.
 

Filter Aids

Some filter aids available for dry cleaning include, black pellet activated carbon, pellet and powder form and Celite Hyflo.
 

Get all your dry cleaning needs from Condrou Manufacturing

Visit our dry cleaning chemicals page for a list of products available to you

https://condrou.com/dry-cleaning/

Discussing dry cleaning, laundry and hospitality consumables.

Dry cleaning, laundry and hospitality consumables. All of which make or break a hotel. These simple factors are what keeps people coming back. We discuss the advantages of dry cleaning, why hotel consumables are necessary and the importance of hotel hygiene.

What are the advantages of dry cleaning?

Professional companies for dry cleaning pay close attention to detail, especially in the hospitality business. Dry cleaning is just super convenient, in our everyday busy lives it’s easy to get caught up on the small household things. Dry cleaners handle large items and in bulk. Leave stain and odor removals to the professionals. Dry cleaning is very beneficial in the hotel industry due to the quantity they deal with daily.

Why are hotel consumables necessary?

A simple hotel consumable can make a regular stay into a fabulous stay. It encourages people to book again and come back. It’s convenient to have toiletries in case you have forgotten your shampoo or soap and adds the extra zing when you pay for what you get. Laundry and dry cleaning are very convenient when you are travelling as you can’t pack your iron and ironing board in your suitcase.

What is the importance of hotel hygiene?

Health and safety are at the very top of the list when it comes to hotel hospitality. Hygiene is a huge factor as people daily check in and out. Linen is to be changed frequently, towels changed, the room is to be vacuumed and bathrooms cleaned thoroughly all for the reputation and well-being of the hotel. Hotel hygiene is extremely important when dealing with hundreds of people monthly.

For all your dry cleaning, laundry and hospitality consumables, contact Condrou Manufacturing.

Have a look at our website www.condrou.com , Give us a call on 011 452 6573 or 011 452 6592. Drop us a mail info@condrou.com or simply fill in your details on our site and we will call you back.

The Characteristics of Hospitality Products

Hospitality, as an industry, places very specific requirements on business owners and product manufacturers to create something (whether it be an experience or product) that offers something in the way of luxury.

Because of this, hospitality products need to be made with an added sense of comfort in mind. And then of course, because the hospitality industry may require high quantities of such products, they also need to be reasonably priced so that they can be purchased in bulk when the need arises.

Let’s take a look at some of the other special requirements placed on products used in the hospitality industry:

A Balance Between Luxury and Affordability

As mentioned above, hospitality products need to offer both a sense of luxury and should also be relatively affordable, since hotels and guest-houses generally have a need for high quantities of goods.

This is particularly the case with perishables and consumables such as toiletries, snacks in the mini-bar and the like.

Short-Term Usage

While many of the items in a hotel room are (hopefully) permanent, such as gowns, hangers, sheets, towels furniture, many others are expected to have a short life-span.

You don’t want guests having to use shampoos and soaps that previous guests used. These types of items, if not depleted by guests, will generally be thrown out afterwards. This means that consumables need to be disposable and affordable.

Seamlessness

One of the things that guests come to expect from the hospitality industry, is that everything should take place seamlessly.

The lawn, so to speak, is always mowed, but you never see anybody doing it.

Hospitality products need to operate on a similar principle, in that your guests shouldn’t notice them working in the background, but should be able to expect that they are there.

Contact Condrou Manufacturing for Details

If you would like to know more about how you can source reliable, high-quality hospitality products for your hotel or guest-house, contact a representative from Condrou Manufacturing today, or visit our website for additional information on our offers.

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