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Three Steps To Ensure Your Home Is Ready For Thanksgiving
When it comes to hosting Thanksgiving, this is a task that can be a huge deal. One of the most important tasks to take on is ensuring that your home is clean and ready for all of your holiday guests.
Here are three useful steps to make note of in order to make sure that your home is prepared for the big holiday.
Take the time to perform a quick vacuum in areas where you know your guests will be. This includes the bathroom, dining room, living room, entryway, and guest room. Vacuuming your house will ensure that no pesky bugs or insects invade your home and that no harmful bacteria begins to grow.
Your kitchen will obviously show how hard you've been working to get dinner prepared. Thankfully, by wiping your countertops, you won't be able to let that show. Some great products to use for wiping your countertops include gentle dish soap, microfiber cloths, and a soft-bristled scrubbing brush.
Sweep the Kitchen Floor
Using your broom, sweep away all crumbs that you find, as well as wiping up any spills or drips that you may come across. Sweeping your kitchen floor also ensures that no insects or pets eat after them. After you sweep the kitchen floor, it is advised that you mop it to ensure that no residue or messy liquids that were spilled damage your floor.
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Jean Marie A graduate of The University of Texas Department of Natural Sciences (Go Longhorns!), and Clare College in Cambridge England. Jean Marie has also done intensive studies in Italian Villas an....
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