2. Clean all surfaces.
Running up to the big day why not get yourself into a routine of cleaning every surface in the kitchen daily and other surfaces once a week if not more. If you get yourself into a routine then it won’t be a big deal when you come to cleaning the surfaces the night before or the morning of Christmas day.
Antibacterial surface sanitiser is the perfect addition to any home kitchen. It ensures your worktops and cupboards are bacteria-free and smelling fresh. It also makes sure you’re not going to give anyone food poisoning and your family and friends can be sure your workspace is a clean one.
In the bathroom, we would suggest using Uri-bug as it reduces bad odours and removes bad bacteria that may sit around your toilet or on the floor around it. It is a biological cleaner that uses good bacteria. The good bacteria are dormant until they come into contact with bad bacteria such a uricase where they then break it down into a neutral byproduct. This byproduct can then be washed away easily.
Polish, Polish, Polish every shiny surface including coffee tables, dining tables, window cils, etc.