Elmira, NY 14905, SleepOver Cleaning, Janitorial Services

Elmira, NY 14905, SleepOver Cleaning, Janitorial Services


How to Clean for a Sleepover

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If you're having a sleepover, it's important to clean the house, but mostly the areas where you'll be partying and sleeping. Here is how to clean up for a sleepover.


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    Decide on where the sleeping area is. Thoroughly clean this area:


    • Vacuum the floor well, especially areas where sleeping bags, pillows, quilts, stuffed animals, and people will be.
    • If you have pets, clean up all pet hairs and dander in case of allergies. Use pet cleaning tape to roll hairs off cushions, carpet, bedding, and other surfaces.
    • Wipe down all dusty areas twice to remove allergens and to ensure it looks neat and tidy.
  2. 2

    Tidy up generally. Pick up clothes, papers, books, shoes, and other things from the floor and put them away in there correct areas.

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    Clean the bathroom that guests will be using. Ensure that there are enough hand towels for guests to use, and put in adequate toilet paper in the toilet paper holder.

    • Clean the toilet thoroughly.
    • Add air freshener.
    • Wipe down mirrors, cabinet tops, and clean the hand basin.
    • Clean the shower and bath areas. Even if not used, people look!
    • Be sure there is enough soap for people to use - provide both liquid and solid soap choices.
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    Clear out under furniture. If guests are sleeping on the floor, they'll be able to see under beds, tables, chairs, etc., and you don't want them finding dust bunnies, candy wrappers, and stinky socks.

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    Wipe down the TV screen if you're watching movies. Check that all DVDs are clean and unscratched; you don't want that spoiling the night.

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    Clear away toys and other loose items that can be tripped over or get in the way. It's also a good idea to remove fragile objects in case they're bumped into or knocked during the fun of the sleepover.

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    If you're offering bedding, wash and air it as needed to ensure that you're giving fresh, clean items to guests. The same for pillows and cushions.

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Last edited:July 9, 2011 by Maluniu

Categories:Bedroom Cleaning | Sleep Overs

Recent edits by: ReadingIsFun, Annie, Flickety