Post Party Cleaning Guide

It’s the holiday season, and you’ve cooked up a feast to serve your guests at the dining table. Your guests, then, leave your home with their tummies filled and a chaotic mess to clean up! So it’s either you hire a cleaner or put on your rubber gloves for a massive cleaning project. Fret not! We have you covered. Here are some cleaning items that you need to help make cleaning easier.

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  1. Heavy Duty Trash Bags

You’re probably going to have a heavy load of trash to get rid of after the party. Heavy duty trash bags can contain a lot of rubbish without tearing apart. Get biodegradable ones to lessen waste and pollution!

 

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  1. Paper Towels

They look like big rolls of tissue paper, but these towels can be easily disposed of and much more sturdy. The materials are made to soak up liquid effectively without leaving bits of itself on your surfaces.

 

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  1. White Vinegar

Vinegar can clean off grease but less harmful to your delicate hands compared to soap. Mixe them with equal parts of water and wipe down surfaces with paper towels.

 

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  1. Stain Remover

Chances are, kids would have left dried or sticky stains on surfaces. Get a stain remover to help you clean with less effort!

 

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  1. Upholstery Cleaner

With wine and greasy baked chicken on your food list, expect residue on your carpet and couches. Your guests won’t be able to keep the food on their plates secure with all the excitement and moving around. Upholstery cleaners can help you get rid of grease easily, leaving your surfaces stain-free with a fresh scent.

 

If this still sounds like too much work for you, hire our experts to help! Booking is hassle-free, and you can pay when the job is done.

Written by Queenie Yee