How to clean up after Christmas

Kiran Singh

1. Organise your decorations.

It’s all too easy to rush taking down your decorations and stuff them in any old box, any which way. However, taking time to properly organise and put away your decorations can make the world of difference when it comes to putting them up next year.

2. Invest in a high power vacuum cleaner.

If you favour real pine over plastic trees then it is very worthwhile to invest in a good vacuum cleaner that is equipped to hoover up pine needles almost every day! The Lupe Pure Cordless has twice the suction of the market-leading competitor so you can rest assured that it will not be missing any dirt.

How to clean up after Christmas - Lupe Pure Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

3. Check your house for red wine and champagne stains.

For many, Christmas is a great time to open a bottle of red or indulge in some festive fizz however all too often spillages can occur. It’s best to address any spills the moment they happen and clean them by diluting the area with water, sponging up any leftover moisture then mix a tablespoon of dish soap with warm water and work the mixture in with a sponge or soft-bristled brush. Add vinegar if the stain is red wine and your carpets should turn out as good as new!

4. Deep clean your kitchen.

With the end of Christmas comes the end of the year, so what better time to deep clean your kitchen after a hectic festive period in preparation for the New Year? Start by cleaning your oven and organising the baking tray cupboard and finish with disinfecting the surfaces to ensure a pristine kitchen.

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