World record set for making a king-size bed

275x250.jpg A hotel housekeeper has won a place in the record books after becoming the fastest person in the world to make a king-sized bed.

Putting most people to shame, it took Louise Waller took just 95 seconds to transform the bed from unmade to a professionally smart finish, during a recent event in London.

In that time she had to deal with two pillows with pillow cases, a mattress cover, a king size bed sheet, a king size duvet and duvet cover and a bed runner.

While 30-year-old Waller is understandably happy about the record, she also realises it also means she will have a hard time convincing her partner to to it at home.
275x250.jpg Speaking of the record, Waller - who works for Premier Inn Sheffield City Centre - said: "I am so happy to have set a brand new World Record for the fastest bed-maker!  As a housekeeper I have to make beds perfectly everyday, so I knew with a bit of practice I’d be a World Record holder!"

Steve Conway Head of Marketing for Premier Inn added, “We pride ourselves on having the most efficient team around so it’s only right that one of our esteemed housekeepers has been recognised as a World Record holder.”

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