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									Locker Room
By definition, a locker room is a place where people can change their
clothes and also store them in a locker. Some locker rooms have
attendants who help users store their clothing. Most locker rooms are
wide-open spaces, where members of the same sex dress and undress
together. Some spaces are separated with dressing stalls, and there is
usually a separate shower area with separated, private showers. The
lockers in the locker room are either locked with keys or operated by
inserting a coin. Some of the newer locker rooms are automated with
machines that store clothes and fingerprint scanners to lock or unlock
One frequent complaint evolving around locker rooms is how dirty they
are. There are hundreds of people for instance in a gym on any given day,
and they all use the locker room facilities. If there isn’t an attendant
standing by to make sure the room is kept clean, the facility can get
pretty dirty. Showers can be disgusting clogged with soap scum, hair,
etc. Paper towels may be strewn all over the floor, and toilet paper may
be nowhere to be found.
Needless to say, it is important to have a clean, well-designed locker
room to keep patrons happy. The room should be comfortable and well lit.
The room should have a constant supply of soaps, shampoos and lotions for
its clientele. Above all, the room should be staffed by an attendant who
works diligently to keep the sinks, toilets, showers and floors
spotlessly clean.
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