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Tips for well-rounded Diwali home cleaning

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Diwali is the most-awaited Indian festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy across the Indian subcontinent. Diwali is rightfully known as the ‘Festival of Lights’ as people illuminate their houses with various lightings and earthen lamps to welcome this festival. Every year, the festival of Diwali is celebrated over 5 days and each day holds a traditional significance.

The festival of Diwali is a period of excitement as people visit their relatives, cook delicious Diwali recipes, purchase new appliances, clothes, and much more. As per Indian tradition, people worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi during Diwali to experience happiness and prosperity in their households. However, these auspicious energies are welcomed better in a home that is clean and tidy before the festival begins.

Due to this, Diwali cleaning becomes the most important task to undertake before the festive time arrives. The Diwali house cleaning process can be a daunting task as different types of areas such as floors, living room, kitchen, bathrooms, etc. are present in a house. The process of cleaning can be made easier by following certain home cleaning tips that can help to keep one’s home in pristine condition before the festival.

In this article, we are going to look at some Diwali home cleaning tips that will help you to get your home ready for Diwali 2022. These cleaning tips can be easily followed to create a clean and tidy space to welcome the auspicious energies of the festive season. Diwali 2022 will begin on 22nd October and the first day of Diwali festivities will be marked by Dhanteras.

Declutter Home from Unwanted Items

The most important process before starting Diwali cleaning is to declutter your home of all the unwanted items. These items may include old and worn-out furniture, old décor items, old clothes, old kitchen products, expired and stale food items, etc. Removing clutter from home will make the cleaning process much easier while also making space for new items.

Create a Home Cleaning Schedule

A household includes various areas such as the living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, etc. which need a dedicated amount of time and effort for cleaning. Creating a cleaning schedule can help the cleaning process to stay organized while covering every area of the house thoroughly. The cleaning schedule can be made roughly 20-30 days before the festivities of Diwali begin.

Organize Wardrobe in the House

Diwali is a favourable time to purchase new clothes for which it is also necessary to get rid of old clothes that are just sitting in the closet. Start by scanning through clothes that are no longer needed which can be donated to local charities or NGOs that distribute clothes to those in need. You can also use the Savlon Clothes Disinfectant Spray on your remaining clothes to disinfect and refresh your existing wardrobe.

Cleaning the Hidden Surfaces

A lot of the home area is covered by furniture and appliances such as sofas, dining tables, televisions, study tables, etc. The cleaning process can be first started by shifting the furniture and appliances in the house and cleaning these hidden surfaces thoroughly. Use a powerful floor cleaner to clean the floor area that is hidden under different furniture across the house. The Nimyle Floor Cleaner is a good choice to clean the hidden floor surface as it provides 100% natural action with 99.9% anti-bacterial protection.

Keep the Kitchen Clean and Tidy

The kitchen is the most important part of the house as a lot of Diwali recipes will be created before the start of the festive season. Therefore, it is essential to keep one’s kitchen neat and tidy way before Diwali begins. Start the kitchen cleaning process by properly cleaning different areas such as cabinets, racks, sinks, kitchen marble floors, etc. After the cleaning process is done, use an appropriate kitchen disinfectant spray such as the Nimeasy Disinfectant Spray to safeguard the kitchen from various germs and bacteria.

Wish everyone a happy and safe Diwali 2022.

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