• 3 Vacuuming Tips to Help You Prepare for Thanksgiving

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    Thanksgiving is coming, are your vacuuming skills up to the task?

    If you're cleaning your house and prepping for Thanksgiving, make sure vacuuming is on your list. Here are three vacuuming tips you can use to help you prepare for the holidays.

    Tip #1: Getting It Done Early

    Vacuuming is probably part of your routine weekly cleaning, but if you're hosting family and friends for Thanksgiving, it's good to plan for heavy cleaning. Vacuum your whole house thoroughly a week or two ahead of time to make sure you get most of the dust and dirt up, even in areas where people won't gather.

    Tip #2: Focus on High Traffic Areas

    Everyone runs short on time around the holidays, especially if you're hosting your family for turkey day. Instead of trying to do a deep clean at the last minute, focus your vacuum on areas that get the most use and traffic. This usually includes the front hall, bathroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen. If you have time, do a quick once-over in the bedrooms, but if not, just close the doors.

    Tip #3: Plan Ahead with the Pros

    If your carpet is less than pristine, plan ahead and have your carpets and flooring professionally cleaned a few weeks before the holidays hit. It can get you ahead of the game with your cleaning, get out any stains or deep down dirt, and make your house look, feel, and smell great, just in time for the festivities.

    Vacuuming is essential to keep your carpets clean, but professional cleaning is vital to getting your home ready for the holidays. Contact our team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners to get your pre-Thanksgiving appointment on the books.

    By: Matt Lashway Friday, November 17, 2017
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