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7 Things Every Guest Bathroom Needs to Have

Do you hear that? Yup, it’s your doorbell ringing! Odds are, the holiday season is when your house is most crowded, thanks to overnight guests and family. If that is the case, it’s important that you make them feel right at home.

Part of being a gracious host means always making sure that guests have what they need when they stay in your home. Below are seven things you should always provide in your guest bathroom.

1. Extra soap, shampoo, and conditioner

Regardless of whether your company drives or flies, packing soap, shampoo and conditioner can be a pain. This is particularly true of flying, however, thanks to flight regulations that only allow small amounts of liquid in carry-on bags.

2. Spare towels

For the most part, people who travel only bring with them their own personal items, not general items they need for showering or bathing. You will want to be sure your guest bathroom is stocked with extra bath towels, hand towels, and washcloths.

3. Hair dryer

Hair dryers can be bulky and heavy and take up a great deal of space in luggage, so many travelers will leave them behind. You can save them having to hunt you down to borrow one by providing one in your guest bathroom.

4. Disposable razors

While most people will bring their own toiletries, razors are something that often gets forgotten. It never hurts to keep a few disposable razors and maybe even a small can of shaving cream on hand just in case.

5. Feminine hygiene supplies

Unfortunately, ladies just never know when they might need these items. Having to ask for them can be uncomfortable, so it's always best to tuck a few away in an inconspicuous place.

6. Spare toothbrushes and toothpaste

You should always keep a stock of basic hygiene supplies on hand either for guests who forgot to bring their own and those last-minute, unplanned visitors.

7. Bathrobe

There's nothing worse than getting undressed and turning on the shower, only to realize you forgot something. A spare bathrobe can be a lifesaver, particularly if the bathroom is not part of a guest suite.

Make sure your bathroom is ready to handle a large number of guests by calling Mr. Rooter of Southeast WI for an inspection and tune-up today!