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Winter-proof your Front Hall

When the seasons change, the front hall often takes the brunt ofit – with clutter and dirt piling up from the word go. Hereare professional house cleaning tips on winter-proofing the fronthall from the experts at MOLLY MAID. De-cluttering and reorganisingwill help to keep the space clean and prepare for winter too.

  • Remove everything from the hallway. Clear any countertops,remove footwear and mats, and any other front hall mats. Clear outcoats, umbrellas and umbrella stands.
  • Wipe all surfaces, including doors and frames. Wash the floors,windows and any mirrors. It’s great to have a mirror in the fronthall too, so you can have a last look before you leave – plus itadds light.
  • Vacuum the whole area including shelves, corners and hard toreach places.
  • Survey the area and consider any changes that would helpaccommodate items easier, such as coats and shoes. Do you need acoat rack? An umbrella stand? A new mat for shoes? Consider hangingup a peg rail for coats, especially if you have children.
  • Purge items that you have removed. Store summer sportsequipment and other summer items elsewhere. Go through coats andfootwear carefully.
  • It’s a good idea to limit the number of pairs of shoes for eachperson; do the same with coats. An over-the-door shoe holder isperfect for organising footwear.
  • There should be a container for incoming mail and keys, so youalways know where they are. 
  • Plan on where everyone will keep their winter wear such asmitts, scarves and hats. If you have a cupboard then providecontainers to keep the mess at bay. 

We can continue to clean your home

Latest Government guidelines confirm that COVID secure companies like Molly Maid can continue to work inside people’s homes. We thank you for the trust you place in us to safely clean your home.