People like to socialise and enjoy a nice home party on Saturday night. After the whole preparation process and after the significant part - the party itself comes to turn to the not so favourite chore but an inevitable one – the after party cleaning. Even if you are a dedicated house cleaner yourself you may still need a helping hand as you already had it from the whole event planning! It is best to store away some leftover food and drinks straight after the party. Collect bottles, glassware and utensils and bring them to the kitchen.
If you spot any wine or other drink spills on the carpet, do not try to clean them apart by blotting the excess moisture with a clean absorbent white towel as you may worsen the problem. Professional carpet cleaners do not recommend pretreatment, as it may get in the way of them achieving optimum results afterwards. Put away all the garbage into plastic bags starting from the bigger items and take it out as soon as possible to prevent further leaks or odours.
It is all best to be done immediately after the party and after a restful sleep, you may continue cleaning up your home or have domestic cleaners do the thorough clean for you so you can recuperate the next day. Book the after party cleaners in advance as it is the way to get the best house cleaners and organisation of the cleaning service. Professional cleaning companies will take care of your home cleaning and bring it back to shine.
You may book upholstery and carpet cleaning service or stain removal as well should there be any accidents. Costs of the after party cleaning are just slightly more expensive than other cleaning services due to the messy nature of the job but it is well worth the while. You may just combine the pleasure of throwing a party and the usefulness of a seasonal deep clean in your home. Anyway, the point is there are people to take a good care of your cleaning needs and you should not deprive yourself of the joy of having friends over to your house simply because you dread the thought of cleaning afterwards.