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3 Brilliant Holiday Cleaning Hacks

Professional Carpet Cleaning Specialist – Baking dozens of cookies and buying everyone gifts is the fun part—but with every Christmas season (especially if you’re hosting), there are a bunch of cleaning tasks to tackle too. And everything from handling crumbs in the kitchen to picking up pine needles in the living room lands on the long to-do list.

Assembly an Emergency Cleaning Kit

Put together a cleaning kit of all of the supplies you might need for the holiday season. Be sure to include common stain-fighters, like white vinegar and clear dish soap, so you can tackle inevitable spills and stains (ugh, red wine on your wool carpet!) as soon as they happen.

In a caddy with a handle, collect some quick cleaning supplies. Stock up on disinfecting wipes, cleaning cloths, a multi-purpose spray, and some stain-removing sticks.

Do a Quick Clean-up Before Guests Arrive

Ahead of the holiday, take a few steps to save your sanity later. First, line the kitchen trashcan with multiple bags so when you take out a full load, another fresh bag is already in place.

If there are still stray items littering the living room but no time to put them in their proper places, take a lap with a collapsible storage bin in which you can stash the clutter temporarily. But, the key is to stick a note on the side with a deadline for when you’ll clear it out and put things back in their right place.

Set Up in Advance

If you’re eating indoors, start by setting the table a day or so early. Use a bar cart to transport all of your dishes into the dining room. Leave it there for quick removal of dirty dishes post-meal (just one trip each way!). If you’re dining outdoors this year, use serving trays to help you carry dishes and glassware out to the patio.

While the utensils are out of the drawer, take that time to clean inside where crumbs have collected. Put the utensil caddy in the top rack of the dishwasher (or wipe it down with a rag dipped in warm, soapy water), then use a lint roller to pick up crumbs.

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