From: http://www.elliott.org/ I'll admit I'm a bit freaked out. I thought local health laws would mandate the changing of sheets. Glenn Robins is grossed out. As a frequent traveler, he assumed the sheets on its bed are changed between guests. But a new TV ad by the Hampton Inn chain calls that assumption into question. It shows housekeepers changing sheets in hazmat suits, at what appears to be a competing hotel chain. “The implication was obviously that other hotels do not change the sheets for every new guest,” he says. Robins is troubled by that. “It’s a disgusting enough thought that the sheets were not changed,” he told me. “It gets even more disgusting when one considers the previous tenant’s possible activity.” A confession: I changed the last part of Robins quote to spare you some graphic detail. Use your imagination.