Toothpaste, nail polish remover and an eraser for cleaning

Andaz Singapore's executive housekeeper Joseph Ling walks around with bulging pockets of items to help him keep the hotel's public areas, facilities, restaurants and guest rooms looking immaculate.
Andaz Singapore's executive housekeeper Joseph Ling walks around with bulging pockets of items to help him keep the hotel's public areas, facilities, restaurants and guest rooms looking immaculate.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
His tools include stack of green tea-scented nail polish remover sachets, a mini tube of toothpaste, measuring tape, paper napkins, an eraser, a pair of foldable scissors, a mini penknife, a wine waiter's corkscrew and a pen.
His tools include stack of green tea-scented nail polish remover sachets, a mini tube of toothpaste, measuring tape, paper napkins, an eraser, a pair of foldable scissors, a mini penknife, a wine waiter's corkscrew and a pen.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

SINGAPORE - At work, Andaz Singapore's executive housekeeper Joseph Ling walks around with bulging pockets.

From them, he produces a stack of green tea-scented nail polish remover sachets, a mini tube of toothpaste, measuring tape, paper napkins, an eraser, a pair of foldable scissors, a mini penknife, a wine waiter's corkscrew and a pen.

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