Throwing A Party? Use This Cleaning Checklist!

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Parties are all about bringing people together for a good time. There is usually music, there are yummy treats to enjoy, and there are definitely memories made. However, before the fun happens, you need to get your house in order! Besides cooking and decorating, you will also want to turn to this cleaning checklist; go room by room and down the list, to get your house sparkling from top to bottom!

cleaning checklist - Splendry

Dusting
  1. Dust light fixtures, lamps, ceiling fans blades and even light bulbs
  2. Dust mirrors, frames and wall hangings
  3. Dust electronics
  4. Dust decorative items
  5. Dust furniture
Washing/Wiping
  1. Wash doors and windows
  2. Wipe down window blinds and sills
  3. Wash linens and pillows
  4. Wipe down all surfaces, including light switches, door knobs and remote controls
  5. Clean in and around sinks, toilets, tubs and showers in the bathroom and in and around the refrigerator, freezer, stove, oven and small appliances in the kitchen
Flooring
  1. Deep clean all flooring
  2. Remove spots and scuffs
  3. Sweep over hard floorings
  4. Vacuum over carpeted floorings
  5. Shake out rugs
Cosmetic Detailing
  1. Touch up any paint chips, scuffs or other unsightly scenes
  2. Touch up any grout or caulk
  3. Remove any stains
  4. Replace old items like leaky faucets or dirty shower curtains
  5. Change out any soaps, bulbs, filters, batteries or other necessary items
Organizing
  1. Put everything in its correct place/room
  2. Clean out and organise drawers and shelves
  3. Toss or donate things that haven’t been used in the past year
  4. Straighten and tidy each room
  5. Use bins in each room to store away umbrellas, toys, pens and so on
Outdoors
  1. Wipe off all surfaces, such as grills, doors and furniture
  2. Sweep all surfaces
  3. Clean out fire pits, gutters, pools and water features
  4. Replace broken trimming or shingles
  5. Mow the grass and tend to any landscaping or plants
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Bri
From a Texas town of 300, I made my way to the University of Texas at Austin to study journalism, which spurred me on to write for publications like Us Weekly and to cover events such as New York Fashion Week. When I'm not writing, I'm playing with my cat, vacationing with my family or watching Netflix with my husband.

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