how to do your easter cleaning
Alejandra Zelaya

Alejandra Zelaya

EASTER CLEANING: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GETTING STARTED

Easter is coming up and that means it’s time for a big Easter cleaning. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry. We’ve got you!

Spring is in the air, and that means it’s the perfect time to do some Easter cleaning! Soon our families will be reunited to celebrate, and Fresh Home Cleaning will help you clean your space to welcome your guests. This short guide will teach you all you need to know about getting your home ready for spending some family time and gathering together with your loved ones to celebrate.

Our team has created this short must-do guide so you don’t feel hassled with all the chores that come with a deep clean-up. Happy Easter cleaning!

Have a Plan

Every good clean-up needs an organized plan to accomplish your goal. There’s an additional difficulty if you clean for Easter because all holidays in general are chaotic times. But don’t panic! The first thing to do before starting your Easter cleaning is to write down a series of steps of what you’ll do first and last. Organize your time, ask for your family’s help, and go find all the cleaning products you’ll need.

how to do your easter cleaning

Start from the Outside In!

It’s a good cleaning strategy to start your process from the outside of your house to the inside. The upcoming Easter egg hunting in your garden is fun but muddy! If you want to avoid dirty children you should take care of both your entryway and the outsides of your house. Let’s do it!

To clean your garden you should start by cleaning your porch and removing all mud that might be stuck there. Then, remove all the foliage from your garden and clean all the furniture that you have outside. For more neatness, cut the grass and tidy up the plants and bushes.

After your outsides are done, it is time you pay attention to your entryway. You must organize and clean this part of your home because it is the first thing your guests will see when they visit you for Easter. Put in order shoes and coats, get rid of every item you don’t need anymore, wash your entry carpet, wipe down EVERYTHING, clean your furniture, and voila! You’ll have a perfectly cleaned entrance.

how to do your easter cleaning

Clean your kitchen like there is no tomorrow

You can’t have an Easter celebration without deep-cleaning your kitchen, so we’re sorry to tell you that this task needs to be done before and after the holidays. It’s especially important when it comes to cooking with friends or family because usually the kitchen is the favorite place to gather together! So if you want to keep your kitchen spotless before and after the holiday, here are some tips you might find useful:

  • Wash the dishes as you use them so they don’t pile up at the end of the day
  • Wipe and wipe again on your worktop!
  • Be aware of food, don’t let it sit outside your fridge because the weather is getting warmer and it will probably stink
how to do your easter cleaning

A perfect living room for your guests!

During Easter Holidays, your friends and family will remain chilling mainly in your living room. That’s why it has to look at its absolute finest for the eventful occasion.Cleaning for Easter is a serious task, and your living room should be dusted, hovered, and mopped.

Our team of experts at Fresh Home Cleaning recommends you vacuum the upholstery, wash your curtains, fluff your pillows, wipe down everything, and thoroughly clean the floor. In addition, it’s important you Marie Kondo the different parts of your house to avoid having unnecessary items bothering around such as magazines, toys, or trash.

how to do your easter cleaning

Fresh Home Cleaning will make your life way easier by cleaning your entire house, regularly every month or just for special occasions like Easter celebrations. Forget the stress of being the host and leave us the most difficult tasks!

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