Tips and Hacks for Deep Cleaning for the Holidays

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Tips and Hacks for Deep Cleaning for the Holidays

With the holidays just around the corner, you may be wondering how you’re going to get your house in tip-top shape before all the fun starts.

There area few tricks you can do to help with the stress of cleaning for the holidays. Here are a few tips and hacks when it comes to some of the biggest jobs of deep cleaning for the upcoming holidays.

You are going to need these Deep Cleaning tips to get your house ready for holiday guests. Hopefully you can find some time to relax!
Soak the blinds in the bathtub to easily clean them.

Use warm water, a few drops of dish soap, and some white vinegar to deep clean your blinds. You can swish them around in the water or use a soft bristle brush to clean all the blinds. Rinse and dry the blinds before hanging them back up again. You’ll be amazed at just how dirty that water is when you are done!

Use cleaning products with holiday scents to help the home feel festive and clean.

Using a cleaner with festive holiday scents can help your home feel fresher and smell amazing. Scents like cinnamon, pumpkin, and apple can add an extra touch of fragrance as you clean. The scents also make your home warmer and more inviting.

 

You are going to need these Deep Cleaning tips to get your house ready for holiday guests. Hopefully you can find some time to relax!

Tackle the bathroom like a boss

The bathrooms should be your first deep clean during the holidays. After a good deep clean, it’s pretty much maintenance after that, and someone is inevitably going to need to use the restroom during the holidays.

  • Rain-X can be used on your shower doors and windows to help prevent those icky water stains and the buildup of soap.
  • Use a Clorox Bleach Pen to clean those deep crevices around the shower tiles and the corners of the bathtub. It’s extremely easy to use, and it’ll look like you spent a lot of time on it.
  • Baking soda and vinegar can easily get rid of gunk and mildew. Just mix equal parts of both and pour onto the area, let it sit for a few minutes, and as it bubbles up it’ll get rid of all that nasty stuff. This is perfect for those bathtubs or sink drains and the solution can be used anywhere else you see a buildup of gunk.

Those are just a few cleaning tips for some of the worst areas in the bathroom. Doing a good cleaning with these easy tricks will allow you to be able to maintain and wipe down the bathroom until the holidays are over.

You are going to need these Deep Cleaning tips to get your house ready for holiday guests. Hopefully you can find some time to relax!

Fun in the kitchen

The kitchen will be the most used room during the holidays as it will be filled with both food and people.

  • Let Magic Erasers do the dirty work for you, especially when it comes to cleaning the inside of the oven.
  • Clean the refrigerator with white vinegar, hot water, and lemon essential oil. Mix everything in a spray bottle and let it sit for a minute or two, then wipe it up with a damp cloth. The mixture will help loosen any stuck-on food you have and will help leave a fresh lemony clean smell when you’re finished.

When it comes to cleaning for the holidays, you’ll definitely want to prioritize what really needs to be deep cleaned before the big event.

Focus on the areas that will need a deep cleaning. These are the rooms that will be seen or rooms that will be used most like the kitchen, bathroom, dining room, and living room. Deep clean those rooms once a week to two before the holidays so that you can just do a quick clean until the holiday guests arrive.

If you are getting your home ready to sell, make sure you check out this house cleaning checklist before you sell your home.

 

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