P&G Professional, the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble, has introduced its new Charmin® Bathroom Tissue for Commercial Use, just in time for the new year. The two-ply tissue is noticeably softer than the leading premium commercial tissue, which creates a better experience in commercial restrooms.
Charmin brings brand recognition to guest and workplace bathrooms with 450-sheet rolls that are 40% thicker and 40% more absorbent than the leading commercial brand of toilet tissue. The thicker rolls mean businesses could save money by extending the time between roll changes. P&G Professional notes that a 100-room hotel property could save up to $2,000 per year by using Charmin for Commercial Use and delaying roll replacement in guest rooms.
This new toilet tissue is clog-safe, septic-safe, and Roto-Rooter approved, meaning facility management will benefit from the long-lasting value of each roll without concerns about flushability. Individually wrapped rolls ensure that the toilet tissue remains hygienic in storage, on display, and when being replaced for use.
“Every experience a guest has in your business, whether it’s the cleanliness of the floors, the whiteness of the linens, or the quality of the paper products in the restroom, can determine if they will be a repeat customer,” said Paul Edmondson, commercial director, North America, P&G Professional. “Charmin for Commercial Use allows our customers to give their guests an added touch of comfort with the softness they already know and love when they’re away from home. Customers who use products from P&G Professional can create a ‘like home’ environment in public spaces with brands like Bounty, Febreze, Swiffer, and, now Charmin. The individually-wrapped, single-roll format is able to deliver the right balance of value for our customers and softness for their guests.”
In the recently released 2017 Consumer Cleaning Insights Survey, 77% of people surveyed said that it’s a pleasant surprise to find a quality toilet tissue in their hotel room, and another two thirds (66%) looked forward to coming back to a hotel when given a quality toilet tissue in their room. In a separate survey, P&G Professional found that guests who were satisfied with their toilet tissue were two times more likely to leave a positive review. Given the value travelers place on good toilet tissue, it may not be surprising that 35% of respondents have considered bringing their own from home.
Of course, improving the quality of the available toilet tissue is an inexpensive way to improve occupant satisfaction at all types of facilities.