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Easy and Smart Tips on After Party Clean Up

Posted on Nov 28, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice, Recipes | 0 comments

cleaning up after thanksgivingThe special night of Thanksgiving is over, now is the time for the special cleaning. Follow this simple rules and learn what to do when cleaning after a party.

There is no need to give up hosting parties, just because at the end, it is you who have to deal with the mess. Having a get together at your place for Thanksgiving makes you feel good, but dealing with the mess afterwards doesn’t sound so great. Follow the advice of our professional cleaners and you will be able to clean up quick and easy.

Using disposable dishes is a solution, but it definitely isn’t a pretty one. What you should do is soak the dirty dishes in soapy water right after the dinner, to ease washing them after. Use the sink, filling it with soapy water and let the dirty plates soak good first.

The best thing to do, is to clean right after the cooking, to avoid making a bigger mess that you can handle. Wash as you go is a great solution. However sometimes that isn’t possible, especially if the guests are already ringing at your door and you aren’t finished with the cooking yet. What you can do is to have a ready and empty dishwasher to put your cooking dishes like pans and bowls right after.

Public bathrooms are dirty because of the many visitors. Let’s hope that the one at your place isn’t looking to different after the party at your place. That is only if a mishap doesn’t happen. According to cleaners South Harefield, all you need to do is change the towels and sanitize with a antibacterial cleaning product. Clean the sink, the mirror and the toilet seat and you are ready for the next get together at your home.

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