Post Thanksgiving Cleaning Tips

You plan, you cook, you clean, and you count all your blessings but how do you get your home back in order post Thanksgiving? Not to mention what to do with all those leftovers? We’ve got you covered these post Thanksgiving cleaning tips!

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Survive the Holidays with these Post Thanksgiving Cleaning Tips 

A 20-pound bird and your famous pumpkin pie? Your oven deserves a deep clean. Scrape out any loose crumbs and debris then sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda over any burned-on messes. Spritz a little white vinegar throughout the oven and over the stove top. Allow the vinegar and baking soda to sit for 5-10 minutes then wipe clean. Polish chrome finishes and glass-top stoves using Invisible Glass.

Kitchen cleaning tips

For maximum impact focus your cleaning efforts on high traffic areas like the dining room and kitchen. Sweep and mop or vacuum floors. Then check for spills or stains and spot treat those areas.

Floor Cleaning Tips

You love your grandmother’s chrome candle sticks so give them a little TLC before storing them away for the next special occasion. Use Invisible Glass wipes to easily dust and polish chrome and glass accents.

Quick cleaning tips

Divide leftovers into air-tight containers and label them before storing. Leftovers stay fresh for about four days in the fridge. Freeze anything that might not be eaten within that time.

Tips for using Thanksgiving leftovers.

Looking for some inspiration on how to use all that turkey? Check out these recipes for using Thanksgiving leftovers. And of course, don’t forget to make time to enjoy the view after practicing these post Thanksgiving cleaning tips!



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