Preparing for Company During the Holidays

By Rochard Wade

Make your Thanksgiving dinner the most memorable one among friends and relatives. When getting ready for the holiday event, cleaning and decorating your home is the most important part in all your preparations. There are several cleaning tips that can help you get a clean home and in minimum possible time.

Firstly, you should identify the dirtiest parts of your house. Take a broom and an empty container and collect all the visible things that are making your home look dirty. Start from the porch and remove all the newspapers, toys, shoes, leaves and other prominent things that you can see. Keep it somewhere where it is not visible or where your guests won't notice them. Now just sweep the entire area and remove the dirt and cobwebs to make your porch look clean and ready to welcome guests.

Next comes your living room where your guests will sit and share sweet conversation with you. That area should be cleaned properly and should be well decorated. Properly dust your furniture and clean the window panes. Be sure to wipe off visible stains from the floor. Use a well fragrance cleaner which makes your living room smell fresh. You can also decorate it by keeping some fresh flowers in a vase.

Your living room, where the guests will spend most of their time, should be well decorated, as well as neat and clean. It should be cleaned properly and should smell fresh. You can even keep a bouquet of fresh flowers in a vase to have a nice smell and to add beauty to your living space. Properly dust your furniture and clean the window panes. Make sure to wipe off any visible stains from the floor.

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