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The party has ended; the last attendee has just driven off, and you’re about to decide to put off all the cleaning until the next day — a decision you’ll regret in the morning! Besides making the cleanup process more accessible by removing things out of the way as soon as the party is over, early cleaning will also ensure that no stains are left behind.
The following is our prioritized post-party cleaning checklist:
Food should not be left out overnight to spoil; instead, store it in food containers in the fridge. Anything that can’t be salvaged should be thrown out immediately, such as leftover dip.
Clean up the space by putting items back in order if they’ve been left out of order or chaotic. This includes returning furniture moved during the party to its original location.
Gather rubbish in every room used for the party with a trash bag or two. Throw food scraps left on plates to avoid ants and other pests. Separate your rubbish into individual trash bags for your recycling containers.
Vacuum The Floors:
Depending on how much foot activity there is in your home during the party, your floor can be the thing that needs to be cleaned the most! Begin by vacuuming the floor to eliminate dust and tiny particles, making sure to get beneath chairs, tables, and other furniture.
Wipe Up Spills:
Examine the area for any crumbs or sticky spills that need to be cleaned. To soak spills before cleaning them up with a towel or clean cloth, use a multifunctional cleanser.
Load The Dishwasher:
Rather than waking up to a mountain of dirty dishes, load them in the dishwasher the night before to be cleaned the next day. If there are any remaining dishes, rinse and leave to soak in the sink; they may be cleaned in the dishwasher once the first round is finished (the following day).
Load The Washing Machine:
Tablecloths, runners, hand towels, and dish towels should be cleaned after a party for sanitary reasons and remove stains and soft soils that may have formed during the gathering. Severe stains should be treated with an effective stain remover and washed in the washing machine.
Examine Carpets and Rugs for Stains:
It’s ideal for getting stains out of your rugs and carpets as soon as possible; the longer you wait, the harder it will be to get them out. Fortunately, there are numerous methods for removing carpet stains, many of which employ everyday home products.
Cleanse Bathroom Surfaces:
Spray a disinfectant on high-touch bathroom surfaces and let it sit for 10 minutes to kill bacteria before washing them down with a clean cloth. Faucets, doorknobs, toilet lid and seat, and counter should all be included. The sink, toilet bowl, and, finally, the floor should all be cleaned in your bathroom.
Wipe Kitchen Counters:
Wipe down the kitchen counters with a damp towel and multipurpose cleaning spray to complete your same-day post-party cleanup.
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