Bad Toilets give a Bad Reputation

by Michael in Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

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A recent YouGov survey discovered that 97% of adult Brits would be put off returning to a restaurant or pub that had poor toilets. This data comes across as a warning that repeated business is affected by a lack of care. Online ratings are especially important with 85% consumers trusting online reviews as much as […]

Direct365 launch baby based videos to improve changing facilities

by Claire in baby changing facilities, Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

Here at Direct365 we’re big advocates of high standard baby changing facilities to make life easier for busy parents. We provide a range of affordable baby changing products including changing tables, safety seats and nappy bins, approved to British standards whilst safety, hygiene and comfort are at the forefront of our innovations. That’s why we […]

The BABIES Act: Why isn’t there a UK Equivalent?

by Michael in Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

Legislation comes in a wide number of forms, from health and safety, environment, to bizarre longstanding laws such as it being illegal to be drunk in public. Different countries have different laws of course, the most commonly highlighted disparity is the fact that it is legal to carry a handgun in the USA but not […]

Paper Towels vs Hand Dryers: The Long Feud

by Michael in Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

Like Dogs vs Cats, United vs City, or Coke vs Pepsi, there has been a long and bitter rivalry that has split people for as long as anyone can remember. There have been reports, experiments, and everything else and no conclusion on whether paper towels or hand dryers are better. Hell’s Decibels The debate surrounding paper towels and hand […]