Cleaning of our Motorhomes
As we prepare for re-opening in mid-July, we are implementing best practice and adhering to Government guidelines for cleaning our motorhomes.
Prior to the release of the official guidance we will implement the following cleaning procedures with checklists and follow-up inspections. Our motorhomes will be cleaned by staff wearing PPE to ensure there is no cross-contamination.
Our team will;
- Clean everything touched by our guests including light switches, zips, handles, bins, soap dispensers, TV and other remote controls, door handles, faucets, taps, etc.
- Clean all kitchen contents in-between stays even if they look clean and unused, including cooker, utensils, plates, cups, glasses, etc.
- Avoid creating splashes and spray when cleaning.
- Replace or disinfect any cloths and mop heads used
- Use antiviral spray and leave to dry naturally any items that cannot be cleaned using detergents or laundered, for example, upholstered furniture and mattresses
- Dispose of any items that are heavily contaminated with body fluids and cannot be cleaned by washing
- Wash any materials at the highest temperature setting possible for that material
- Use adequate laundry detergents and anti-bacterial cleaner usual products
- Each motorhome will contain antiviral products
If you do start to develop any symptoms, we will ask you to declare this on returning the van. Government guidance advises that on displaying symptoms you should return home to self-isolate for 14 days.
The team at Haggis want you to enjoy the best possible holiday while staying safe.