Holidays Cleaning Plans, Tips, and Checklist
Everyone gets the bull and spend hours cleaning your house at the last moment is not a way to start the holidays. In this post, we give you some suggestions to make the holidays a little less stressful by dividing the housework during 5 days prior to a meeting or holiday. Next, we give you this useful cleaning plan.
Cleaning plan for Holidays like Diwali Time
Day 1: Porch, lobby and central wardrobe
- Concentrate on clearing and organizing the mess.
- Clean glass doors, lamps and lights, doors, and knobs.
- Aspirate or sweep and clean the floor if necessary.
- Make sure you have a carpet at the entrance to minimize dirt in your home.
- The drawers, the cupboards, and the unoccupied rooms are excellent temporary spaces for clothes, shoes, toys, and mail that you have not yet ordered.
- Focus especially on the most disordered areas of your home and start there.
Day 2: Bedrooms, corridors, and stairs
- Shake the dust from every corner, including ceiling fans, lamps, corners, and cracks.
- Clean the doors, windows, furniture and any ornament of the room.
- Aspirate the floor, especially in places like under the bed, along with the baseboards and under the furniture.
- Clean the floor with detergent if necessary.
- Place clean sheets and towels in guest rooms.
- If one of the rooms your guests will stay in has another purpose, reduce clutter as much as possible.
Day 3: Bathrooms
- Shake the dust from all corners, including lights and mirrors.
- Disinfects the toilet, bathtub, shower and all surfaces.
- Clean the drawers, bathroom accessories and whatever you have there.
- Clean the sink and the areas around it.
- Sweep, vacuum and clean with the mop.
- Change the towels for clean and fresh ones.
- Add two cleaning pads to the toilet, allow the bubbles to clear the stains and clean it with your usual tool.
- Remove any loose hair or debris that may be in the drain.
Day 4: Room and dining room
- Clean the doors, tablecloths, furniture, inside and outside the cabinets or shelves and ornaments.
- Aspirate the furniture, along with the baseboards and under them.
- Sweep and clean floors with the product of your choice.
- You can place flowers or some special and simple decoration on your tables and tables.
Day 5: Kitchen
- Clean fires or hob, fridge, microwave, small appliances, drawers, countertop, sink, and shelves.
- Aspire and scrub the floor.
- If your kitchen is gas, to clean it, remove everything removable and put it in the sink with soapy water. You can also take advantage of the oven trays.
- To remove burned dirt, rub with the rough side of a sponge soaked with a solution made with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. You may need a stronger cleaner for the oven.
- Do not forget to clean the bottom of the inside of the refrigerator.
- Take out the drawers where you store the food, discard the products in poor condition and wash the drawers with warm water and soap.
- To make your fridge smell good, add an open container with baking soda or a small dish with ground coffee to absorb odors.
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