Don't let a housewarming trash your home!
Category: After Party Cleaning
Housewarming parties not only allow your friend and family to see your new home, and allows them to know your address, but it also is also a great way of letting go of some of the tension associated with moving house.
There are virtually no downsides to holding a house party. It is fun, much cheaper than going out and you don't have to leave the comfort of your own home.
In fact, the only issue that I can think of is the cleaning. You see, although most people love to throw a good bash, few enjoy the cleaning up that inevitably comes afterwards.
Cleaning up after just one or two people can sometimes be an uphill struggle let alone 20 or 30. For this reason, advance planning is crucial.
You'd be surprised how messy a house can get after a hearty celebration. Piles of washing up will need to get done, the floors will almost certainly need vacuuming or sweeping and there will be a mountain of rubbish to chuck out.
Be honest, do you really want to do that? Most people do not. So why should you? There is no point in having fun, if you have to pay the price of it for days afterwards in the form of back-breaking work.
Therefore, by putting aside a little budget for the cleaning, you can pay someone else to take care of the tedious chores for you.
Why spend days hopelessly scrubbing, mopping and dusting, when you can bring in cleaning companies to do the job in a matter of hours.
It's a win-win situation. You end up with a house that looks almost as good as it did when you move in after having the time of your life.
And if you want a handy little tip when it comes to the cleaning: we'd highly recommend you use paper plates and cups.
They can cost as little as £1 from some retailers and they can significantly cut down on the washing that either you or the cleaners will be required to do.
Posted by Toni Tsocheva