Keep Your Business And Get Rid Of Body Odor In Hotel Rooms

One of the greatest things about running a hotel is the rush of different people coming in and out every day. But, all of those different people bring with them their own particular scent, and some are stronger than others. Body odor, whether from one guest or a combination of guests, is never a pleasant smell and could be enough to deter future guests from staying there. And to ensure that any hotel room is ready again for business in no time, you want to remove the body odor quickly, and as easily as possible too. Because when you’re running a hotel, there’s more than one room that you need to worry about!

You’ve probably already started eliminating odor in the hotel room by opening as many windows as possible and allowing as much air as possible to get into the room. And if you haven’t already, you should also remove as many linens from the room as possible and have them thoroughly cleaned in hot water. Things like bedspreads, sheets, and towels can absorb body odor that’s lingering in the air, and can hold onto them, keeping the odor in the room longer. If possible, also try to take down the curtains and drapery and try to clean them as well.

If you have to eliminate odor in more than one hotel room, you might not be able to spend this much time removing the body odor. After all, things like new check-ins and deliveries are waiting – you can only spend so much time removing body odor from hotel rooms. It’s instances just like these where our Room Shocker Quick Release Odor Eliminator ( ) comes in handy. This unique product uses chlorine dioxide to remove body odors, and other unpleasant odors in the air, to get your space clean and fresh-smelling again.

Once you’ve removed the initial odor, you might want to consider another product that will continually keep the air clean and smelling nicely, without you having to do a thing. For this, our Room Shocker Time Release product ( would work best. This product will clean the air in a large area such as a hotel room, and keep it clean and fresh for 30 days. Because you have guests staying in different rooms every night, and sometimes, there are many odors to continually combat.

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