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Although home cleanups after the holidays don’t sound pretty much something to be excited about, you need to do it. So, to lessen the burden of keeping your home fresh and clean for the brand new 2017 that is to come, read on for after-holiday cleanup hacks you should give a try.
Stains, spills, and messes from food are inevitable during holiday parties especially when there are children around. However, by practicing below practical and effective food stain hacks, you can say goodbye to these eyesores in a breeze.
• Cranberry sauce. To remove cranberry sauce stains from your precious white tablecloth, rinse your cloth first with cold water for a minute. Then, create a concoction of a tablespoon of white vinegar with a tablespoon of liquid laundry detergent and mix it with the cold water. In case of remaining stains, blot them with a cloth and rubbing alcohol.
• Gravy. To avoid the setting of gravy stains on your fabric, immediately wipe and pretreat the stain with spot remover. Then, soak the fabric with detergent and fabric-safe bleach in the washer overnight. However, if gravy stains are on the carpet, for 15 minutes, use baking soda to absorb the gravy residue and blot the spot with a cloth.
• Red wine. In case of a red wine stain, dilute the stain in either water, club soda, or white wine. Take note that wet red wine stains are easier to remove. After that, carefully blot the stain with a with a clean cotton cloth to prevent the stain from spreading.
Don’t be the house with a Christmas tree still up midyear. Taking down decorations once the holidays are over may not be as exciting as the decorating part, but with a few hacks, you’re most likely to enjoy storing and keeping them away too.
• Christmas lights. To properly stow away your Christmas lights as the year ends, wrap them around hangers or pieces of cardboard to keep them neat and tangle-free. Right after wrapping them around, secure them inside a plastic box to keep them waterproof. This way, it will be easier to put them to use for next year’s festivities.
• Christmas tree. For storing your artificial tree, you can wrap and seal it using either a drop cloth or a shrink wrap to keep it dust-free. When you’re ready to take it out again, you can just unwrap the drop cloth or slice up the shrink wrap and fluff the branches into shape. For real trees, you can bring yours to the recycling center nearest you.
• Tree ornaments. When it comes to tree ornaments and other holiday décors, you can choose among hundreds of ways to organize and store them. Some of the materials you can use for organizing your ornaments and décor include used plastic cups, egg cartons, clear boxes with dividers, plastic apple containers, resealable bags, etc.
After Thanksgiving and Christmas, you may find your home filled with a mess of gift tags, cards, postcards, and used and unused gift wrappers, etc. After sorting out which to throw and which to keep, here are a few tips on how to organize them.
• Wrapping paper. To store the gift wrappers you wish to save for next year, roll them and use old tissue paper tubes as cuffs to keep them from unrolling. You can also use a garment bag to keep your rolls of wrapping paper in one place. However, for smaller sheets of wrapping paper, it’s best to keep them inside a clear book.
• Ribbons. For storing ribbons, yarns, and burlap strings, wind them one by one either in Popsicle sticks, tongue depressors, or tiny pieces of cardboard. After that, store them in a clear mason jar, or any pretty container available. You can also recycle old and empty yarn or thread spools and use them for organizing your ribbons.
• Cards and tags. If you plan to keep the gift tags and holiday cards you’ve received this Christmas, make sure they won’t end up in a pile of mess. To store them while keeping them all sorted out, you can use clear books, binders, envelopes, or scrapbooks. You can also punch a hole in your cards and keep them together in a ring binder.
Although cleanups may not sound pleasing, you can make it easier and exciting with cleanup hacks. Try out the above after-holiday cleanup hacks we’ve compiled for you. Before this year ends, make sure your home is free from clutter for a fresh start this coming 2017!