Cintas issues list of best practices for maintaining clean restrooms
December 6, 2010
CINCINNATI — Eighty-six percent of U.S. adults equate the cleanliness of a restaurant''s restroom with the cleanliness of its kitchen, according to a press release.
Regardless of industry, clean restrooms directly impact a business'' ability to attract and retain customers, the release noted.
Cintas Corporation has issued a checklist of best practices to help business owners and facility managers keep restrooms clean to boost sales and leave a powerful impression on guests, the release stated.
"Maintaining clean restrooms is a critical component to the success of any organization," said Brian Garry, senior director of Cintas Foodservice.
"If not properly maintained, they will leave patrons with a poor impression, causing a decline in repeat customers, which will negatively impact sales. The lifeblood of any restaurant is the repeat customer, and no operator can afford to lose their best customers," Garry added.
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