One of the more sensitive and important aspects of throwing a party at your house is also one of the most overlooked preparing your guest bathroom accordingly. We’ve all been to parties at other people’s house where the bathroom facilities weren’t quite up to par.
When you recognize things aren’t right, the resulting emotions can range from mild discomfort to outright embarrassed, depending on the issue. Here are some tips to help you prepare your guest bathroom so everyone who uses it is comfortable.
Extra Toilet Paper
This is certainly one of the big ones. The last thing anyone wants to do is have to call out for help when there is no toilet paper to be found. Make sure there is a full roll on the dispenser, plus a couple other rolls in plain view for everyone to see. When you have to go during the party, check to see if the main roll is getting low, and replace it if necessary.
Plugging up someone’s toilet at a party is even more embarrassing than not having toilet paper, so make sure you keep a plunger accessible. Just place it in the corner beside the toilet so it’s not in the way, but is still visible. If you put it close to the toilet brush, your guests will see that they’re covered should something unexpected happen.
Clean Towels and Cloths
Having the ability to wash and dry your hands and face with clean cloths and towels is always nice at a party. Keep a handful of each in the bathroom, so your guests won’t feel grossed out by having to use a towel or cloth with questionable cleanliness. Clean towels form a major part of the shower and designer bathroom accessories India. You can also add other essentials according to the relevancy, like flaunting magnifying makeup mirrors etc.
Keeping the air as fresh as possible is a bathroom must when you have a party, and there are several ways to make it happen. You can keep an air freshener spray handy in the bathroom, set out flowers, light scented candles and/or use a plug-in style freshener in the electrical outlet. If you keep a box of matches visible, it may prompt your guests to light one and wave it around if there is an odour issue.
Some basic over-the-counter medications like antacids and standard pain relievers may be helpful, too. Mouthwash, mints or gum may also come in handy. Also, keep a small garbage can in the bathroom so your guests have a place to put the used floss or mint wrappers.
Even if you feel certain it is ok, check the lock on your bathroom door before the party. The last thing anyone wants is to have someone walking in on them while they are doing their business. Once you’re sure the locks are secure, make sure no one can see into the bathroom from the outside, if there is a window. You don’t want anyone feeling uncomfortable while at your party, especially while in such a vulnerable position. By taking these precautions, no one will feel uncomfortable and they’ll all come back again for the next party!