Of the 62 million dog owners in the U.S., 29 million report traveling with their pet 50 miles or more one way within the last three years. Pet friendly hotels have taken a prominent place in the hospitality industry as hotels struggle to keep occupancy rates higher during the current challenging economic times. Even before hotels began allowing pets, guests noticed a decline in the condition of hotel room hygiene.
The ABC News Primetime special “What’s Hiding in Your Hotel Room?” illuminated the problem with hotel cleanliness. ABC tested rooms across the country ranging in price from $55 a night to $400 a night and every room tested had traces of urine or semen. Urine stains were found on the walls, bedspreads, carpet, and even on a hotel Bible. Once urine is deposited, the proteins found in urine provide an excellent growth medium for disease causing microorganisms. Guests touch contaminated surfaces and transport microorganisms to other surfaces, potentially spreading illness.
Urine Off destroys all the components of urine and body fluids such as semen, feces. bile and vomit, including their proteins, leaving a refreshingly clean, hygienic environment. Many hotels are now using specially engineered Urine Finder UV Lights to find the source of invisible odors, then removing the deposits with Urine Off. Proper use of the Urine Off complete hygiene system, saves hotel owners and operators on cleaning supplies and makes cleaning efforts more efficient and effective. The increased level of cleanliness and hygiene in the hotel rooms cleaned properly with Urine Off results in higher guest satisfaction, leading to referrals and repeat business.