Worcester Cleaning Tips

Cleaning Tips and Tricks & Cleaning for Guests

“If you can clean only one room before company arrives, tackle the bathroom. This is the only room where people spend time solo and may have the time and tendency to notice a mess.” Funny how such a thing can cause such a stir… but it does. So, with that in mind, what we have here for you are some Worcester cleaning tips that we’ve collected over the years.

Here is what other people are saying: The scenario: Unexpected guests call to say they’re coming by. Or, you’ve run out of time to tidy up before a party. What do you do? We asked you to confess where you hide clutter in a pinch:

I have stored unwashed dishes in the stove before. And then forgot to take them out when I preheated my oven for supper.”
— Amanda L.

“In my hamper! I also tuck things under pillows.”
— Leslie Corona,

“My boyfriend’s and my big, rolly suitcases are my emergency hiding place when there’s no time to organize clutter but — shh! — he doesn’t know that!”
— Erin Phraner

“Shhhh… but I stash dirty dishes in the refrigerator.”
— Kathleen Renda

“Unwashed dishes go under the sink. And then I’ll stuff the papers that are scattered on tables, my desk, or my bed (as well as any other odds and ends) into a reusable shopping bag and shove it in a closet until my guest leaves.”
— Kathleen Corlett

“Once, I hid two baskets of unfolded laundry in our cars.”
— Sammira L.

“My mom is the one who taught me to hide stuff in the washing machine and dryer! That way, you can’t forget about it for very long.”
— Brooke Kosofsky Glassberg

“Under the bed and pull the bedspread down to the floor.”
— Melinda C.

“On a dry, desperate day? The balcony!”
— Sherry Rujikarn

Worcester folks are good peoiple who deserve a few Worcester cleaning tips to help make their lives a little cleaner with no added effort! Who loves you Worcester?

TELL US: Where do you hide clutter in a pinch?

Compliments of goodhousekeeping.com for the 9 Tricks for Hiding Clutter Fast!

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