5 Holiday Cleaning Tips
Updated: Apr 22
The holidays are some of the best AND messiest times of the year. Keep your home merry, bright and ready for whatever messes may come your way with these holiday cleaning tips.
1. CLEAN YOUR ENTRYWAY
Entryways are the first thing people see when entering your home.
Give your front door a wipe down. Shake or vacuum your doormat. Sweep and mop/vacuum your flooring.
Give your walls a quick wash, dirt and germs commonly accumulate in entry ways.
Finish by applying a surface protectant such as Everest’s EV360 Antimicrobial Protectant Spray. It will protect those surfaces in your entryway from odor causing microbes.
2. PRIORITIZE THE KITCHEN
The kitchen is where the magic happens during the holiday season! People love to congregate in the kitchen and gather around food.
In addition to your normal kitchen cleaning routine; don’t forget to dust the light fixtures and flush sink drains with boiling water followed by grinding lemon rinds in the garbage disposal to make it smell fresh.
Finish by applying Everest’s long lasting EV360™ Antimicrobial Protectant Spray to your surfaces to help prevent the growth of odor causing microbes on the surfaces in your kitchen.
3. DEEP CLEAN THE BATHROOM
Bathrooms are a place that harbor germs and odor causing microbes.
With increased traffic during the holidays, it’s important to give every surface in your bathroom a deep clean using your favorite cleaner.
Follow up with EV360™ to protect the surfaces in your bathroom against the odor causing bacteria.
4. MAKE YOUR WINDOWS SHINE
Clean windows make everything brighter!
Mix ¼ cup of white vinegar into a spray bottle with 1 cup of water and a few drops of dish soap.
Shake the bottle until well mixed.
Saturate your windows with the solutions and then wipe them down with Everest’s NoStench Microfiber Cloth.
5. KEEP YOUR STOVE AND OVEN READY
Stoves and ovens are used in overdrive during the holidays, so it’s important to keep them in tip top shape.
Scrub them with baking soda and water or a cleaner specifically made for them.
Using a razor blade on glass top stoves can help remove stubborn stains.