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Spring Cleaning for an Egg-cellent Easter Egg Hunt

Easter is a time for family, friends, and of course, egg hunts! With Easter fast approaching, it’s important to make sure your home is clean and ready for the festivities. Here are some Molly Maid tips to help you prepare your house for a fun and successful Easter egg hunt.

Declutter: Start by clearing out any clutter and items you don’t need. This will make it easier to clean and ensure that the egg hunt is safe and accessible for everyone.

Dust and clean surfaces: Dusting and cleaning surfaces such as countertops, tables, and floors will help keep your home looking fresh and clean. Be sure to wipe down any fingerprints, smudges, and cobwebs. A handy tip for dusting: use a dampened microcloth as it’s more effective at trapping in dust than other materials.

Vacuum and sweep: Vacuuming carpets and sweeping floors will remove any dirt, pet hair, or crumbs that may have accumulated. This will help to keep your home looking neat and tidy. During a Molly Maid clean we always like to check beneath furniture before vacuuming to ensure that small items such as toys, jewellery, coins, etc end up blocking, or even damaging the vacuum.

Clean windows: Cleaning windows will help to let in more natural light and create a brighter, fresher atmosphere.

Organise wardrobes and drawers: Clearing out and organising wardrobes and drawers will help to create more space for the egg hunt and make it easier for everyone to participate.

Prepare the egg hunting area: Decide on the area where the egg hunt will take place and make sure it’s free from any hazards or obstacles. This could be your garden, living room, or any other suitable space in your home.

By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your home is clean and ready for an enjoyable Easter egg hunt.

So, take a few hours to clean up, and enjoy the festive season with your loved ones. And, if you’re looking for ideas of where to hide the eggs, here are some popular places to hide Easter eggs around the home:

In the garden: under bushes, in flower beds, in trees, or even in birdhouses

Inside the house: behind books on a bookshelf, in the kitchen cabinets, in the refrigerator, under furniture or in the sofa cushions.

In creative places: in a potted plant, in a toy box, in a basket of laundry, or in a shopping bag.

Out of sight places: in the attic, in the basement, behind pictures on the wall, or in the garage.

Remember to choose safe and accessible hiding places, especially if small children will be participating in the egg hunt.

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Happy Easter!

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