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Cleaning Your House for Super Bowl 2023 in 5 Steps
Super Bowl 2023 is just a week away, and that means you’re probably gearing up to host the biggest party of the year. It also means your house will take a beating, so it’s crucial to have an efficient cleaning plan in place.
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Here are 5 steps you can take to ensure your house is spotless for the big game.
This year, the Super Bowl will be played on February 12th at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It will feature a record-breaking halftime show and plenty of firsts, including Patrick Mahomes and Jalen, Hurts becoming the first Black quarterbacks to play in a Super Bowl game.
2. Hire a Cleaning Service
A cleaning service can make a huge difference in your home. It can save you time, reduce stress and even give you peace of mind. You should find a cleaning company that offers great customer service and clear policies. You should also read reviews and testimonials from past clients.
It’s important to be clear about your expectations from the beginning so that the cleaners know what you expect from them. You should also discuss what kind of equipment they will bring with them and how you’d like the cleaner to enter your home.
You should also ask the cleaning service if they perform background checks and reference checks on their employees. This will give you peace of mind that they will be trustworthy.
3. Clean the Bathrooms
The Super Bowl is the time of year that people from all over America gather together to watch their favorite teams play. It’s also the time of year that many people indulge in food that has been prepared at home or takeout.
If you’re having a party for the Super Bowl, then it’s likely that there will be people coming into your house to use the bathroom. This means that your toilet, vanity, shower, and floor will need a good deep clean before the game begins.
Thankfully, there are some pretty effective methods to get rid of bacteria in your bathroom. The University of Arizona professor of microbiology Charles Gerba has done some serious research on bathroom germs and knows what works best to kill them off.