Christmas house cleaning tasks mean cleaning a dusty rooms, messy kitchen, grimy garden and a filthy living room… because you don’t want to show all this to your guests during Christmas party. So, what are you waiting for, get started in your house cleaning preparations for Christmas. Christmas is round the corners, and all of us are dreaming to spend quality time with friends and family. But a dirty and unorganized house is definitely a mood spoiler. Here are some useful tips for you.
Create space for decoration. Your foremost job is to create space for decoration. Start clearing the unwanted things out of your living room, before it becomes jam-packed with gifts and decoration items. Remove the heap of newspapers and magazines.
Put away the stuff which you think doesn’t need to be on display. Decide the place for a Christmas tree. Wipe down the surface with a damp cloth and run the vacuum cleaner. Now, your living room looks well-organized and clean. You must be pleased to get some space for decoration.
Spruce up the guest room. You need to freshen up the guest room for family and friends. Open the window to air the room out. Clear the things that are lying around. Free up a bit of closet for your guests. Clean the ceiling fan. Wipe out the dust from blades with a microfiber cloth. Ensure that the blanket is in nice condition. Clean the bathroom in the guest room. Place bath and hand towel for your guests.
Kitchen clean up. Come Christmas and we start dreaming about savory and mouth watering dishes. Hence, the kitchen becomes the hub of scrumptious dishes during this time of the year. A clean kitchen will produce some of the most amazing and healthy dishes. Clean the cooking surface with sterilizer. Wipe out the grease stains on stove top burners. Use Ammonia to clean glass top. Ammonia can wipe out the greasy build up. You can leave burners in 70 ml Ammonia in an airtight container overnight. The fumes from Ammonia will do the wonders of cleaning the stubborn stains.
Clean and wash special dishes, cutlery, crockery, bowls and dishes. If possible use recyclable paper plates at the buffet. Buy an extra garbage bin for placing at common places.
Some useful tips for Christmas house cleaning:
– Set up a weekly plan for house cleaning.
– Tackle one deep cleaning errand on weekends.
– Give a finishing touch to entire house, one week before Christmas.
– Keep expensive things in a secure place and out of children’s reach.
– Keep a good stock of toilet paper and tissue paper.
– Vacuum the carpet.
– Prepare the meal plan of the party well before.
– Gently clean the strings of decorative lights.
– Make a shopping list of missing items ahead of Christmas.