Cleaning Tips And How To Tackle Them | Carpet, Rug, Upholstery And Tile Cleaning Ann Arbor MI

Posted on Jan 18, 2018

Cleaning

From spilled beverages to plates in the sink, it’s best to deal with messes as you go. While it might seem exhausting cleaning while you go, it’s a lot less stressful than facing a mountain of dishes and no clean forks. Spills are less likely to become set-in stains if handled immediately.

However, there are always at least a few rug or carpet stains that magically appear! You obviously want to treat any stains as soon as possible, but sometimes you don’t always notice them right away.

Like the carpets, upholstery can take a beating during visits from company from all of the use and abuse. The earlier you can treat the stains the better, so don’t leave this one for too long!

You will save yourself a lot of energy if you break down the tasks into manageable chunks. Remove the stress by deciding what must be done now and what can wait. Your kitchen must be done now, while making your guest bed with freshly laundered sheets can probably wait.

And although, we do try to keep up with the basic bathroom cleaning {especially in the guest bathrooms!}, they will definitely be in need of a good deep cleaning afterwards. Scrub the tile in your shower and bath, wipe down the mirrors and the sink, wash the towels, mop the floors, and clean the toilet.

But, seriously. Gatherings are all about togetherness and enjoyment of the good times. So, the last tip is this: ask for the help of a professional! Treat yourself and your family to a clean house and a relaxed environment when they next get home. That leaves time for you to get your not-so-New-Years-resolutions set into motion.

Call Area Rug Cleaning Company serving Ann Arbor and Wayne, MI to schedule your cleaning appointment today!

 

Source:
https://www.builddirect.com/blog/5-tips-for-cleaning-after-holiday-guests-leave/
https://www.cleanandscentsible.com/post-holiday-cleaning-7-things-to-clean-after-the-holidays/

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