Did you have an interesting adventure with your family?
Today, all of you will be coming with my husband and I to stay at hotels during this pandemic time.
You are parents/grandparents with kids and pets.
We have just arrived in Melbourne, Florida to stay at our hotel
You have your kids and pets, we have our cat Lilly with us.
Before we move in –
“You know the drill”- Spray all areas with Lysol Disinfectant Spray!
-One parent will stay outside the room with the kids, pets, and luggage while the other parent is armed with “Lysol Disinfectant Spray!”
You and I spray our hotel rooms with our Lysol spray:
All door knobs, all the bath room areas, all the kitchen areas, counters, beds, closet, hall ways, chairs, sofa, remote control for the TV, in room phone, and carefully with soft cloth with disinfectant on it wipe light switches, gently.
You and I notice under the bed…
Stray pills, —–which we remove and put in a plastic bag then spray the area!
By the mini refrigerator we notice –
Gummy bears —–which we also removed and put in our plastic bag. Then we spray the area with more Lysol.
Then after waiting a few minutes for the Lysol Disinfectant Spray to dry, we bring in our spouses, kids, pets and luggage.
When we brought Lilly into our room she looked around and sniffed and stood by the connecting door—
letting us know there was a neighbor pet next door.
When she’s happy she purrs and when she’s frightened her ears go back and she squeaks.
She stood by the door patiently and a dog barked!
Who are your neighbors at the hotel?
Do they have pets and children?
“This reminds me of when my husband and I were on our honeymoon and we stayed in a hotel that changed the sheets everyday”…
FROM ROOM TO ROOM!
In every hotel you travel to with your family, kids and pets you will have a new adventure of what you will find in your hotel room!
Earlier this year you and I, our spouses, children, and pets were visiting Kansas City, Missouri and arrived at our hotel.
As usual our spouses, kids, pets and luggage waited outside the hotel for you and I to –
You Know the Drill!
Spray Lysol Disinfectant Spray, on all door knobs, all the bath room areas, all the kitchen areas, counters, beds, closet, hall ways, chairs,sofa, remote control for the TV, in room phone, and carefully with soft cloth with disinfectant on it wipe light switches, gently.
When we went to spray the sofa,
You and I noticed behind it…
“a stray pair of red high heels”.
After we removed the high heels, – we sprayed the area with Lysol.
After a few minutes- We were ready to move in to our hotel rooms with our spouses, kids, pets, and luggage.
When you first move into a hotel with your family, children, and pets, what 3 things should you remember to do?
1) You know the drill: Spray Lysol disinfectant spray – on all door knobs, all the bath room areas, all the kitchen areas, counters, beds, closet, hall ways, chairs, sofa, remote control for the TV, in room phone, and carefully with soft cloth with disinfectant on it wipe light switches gently.
2) Remove any stray dangerous toxic substances like pills and gummy bears to protect your family, children and pets from ingesting them. Then spray Lysol around and under the bed, fridge, and microwave.
3) Remove any stray items like previous guest’s red high heels, then spray the area with Lysol and return the red high heels to the hotel front desk.
After waiting a few minutes for the Lysol disinfectant to dry-
have your spouses, kids, pets, and luggage enter your hotel rooms.
It is always an adventure visiting a hotel even more so during this pandemic. Stay calm as you spray your Lysol to protect your family!
Remember the drill!
Spray the hotel room with Lysol – Let it dry-
before your family and pets enter to protect them!
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