For years, I've wondered who thinks that travelers should wear glasses in the shower just so they can tell the difference between the conditioner and the shampoo.
Does anyone else have a problem reading 4 point type written on a background color that makes it even harder to read?
I vote for a big 14 point bold "S" on the shampoo bottle and a big "C" on the conditioner bottle. The rest of the word can be 4 point type. I'll figure it out!
I'm with you and the others who commented on this. I have actually put lotion in my hair instead of conditioner, on the morning of a huge meeting, and was irritated by it all day. Now, after I check in (and wearing my glasses), I place the lotion by the bed, the shampoo on one side of the shower and the conditioner on the other. I can't help it that I'm blind as a bat without my glasses and have difficulty reading tiny fonts. Please listen to this thread, Marriott, as fixing such a tiny issue would make so many travelers happy! Thanks.
Love all the responses, awesome for sure! I make it simple and don't use either of the products at any of the hotels, just bring my own from home in travel size containers that are an easy fit into the lovely TSA plastic sandwich bag (thank goodness for Pre-Check now) and we refill them each trip. Amazingly they even have print large enough to read and have different shapes of the bottles, shampoo is a narrow bottle which I consider like strands of hair so I use it first.