Every year it happens the same way. The clean-up is just in the beginning while the holidays are over.
Despite your best intentions, making your house organized and tidy becomes nearly impossible once the non-stop festivities begin. But everything appears untidy and dirty after the guests have gone. And the fur left behind from your cousin’s puppy is also irritating.
Besides helping to unclutter your mind, and making you feel accomplished, a spic-and-span house is a healthy house. Dander, dust, and bacteria can cause problems from asthma to allergies.
However, if you have the proper equipment and cleaning agents to complete the job in an effective and efficient way, then you may not have to go through a daunting phase of post-holiday clean-up.
Here are some tips that can help you:
Put everything in its place: –
Before getting started, make sure that everything is out of sight that you want to be out of sight: there shouldn’t be any dirty dishes piled in the cupboard, and the clothes should be in the closets.
Stop Trying to put out a fire: –
You don’t have to clean up the whole house in the same day. You can compete this cleaning up process in a week. On the first day, start with a large room, it will help you get a sense of satisfaction as soon as possible.
Work from top to bottom: –
Before cleaning the bathroom floor, consider cleaning the toilet, sink, tub and walls. Before moving onto another task dust the living room’s furniture at once.
Take a break: –
Overwork can deplete your motivation. Take a break for 10 to 15 minutes after every 90 minutes. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, but do not hit the wine until you’re done for the day.