You know when a member of the Royal Family opens a hospital or whatever (no such ceremony when one is closed, of course)? In preparation for the ribbon-cutting and baby-kissing, the management order the building to be cleaned more thoroughly than it has ever been cleaned before.
Perhaps Tim O'Toole has bluer blood than we realise. When he came to do the ceremonials at the re-opening of the newly-refurbished South London House, the building was scrubbed and polished like no-one had ever seen before. You could almost see your face in it.
Naturally, we expect such standards to be maintained in the future, regardless of visits by big cheeses. Yeah, right.