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Avoiding a HoliDisaster

Snow is starting to fall, your turkey/tofurkey/meatloaf/turducken is in the oven, and the doorbell rings. Your cousins are in town and before you can welcome them aunt Susan has walked out of your bathroom letting you know the toilet is clogged. For some reason, the twins have water guns in the middle of the winter and you’re the only one who has a problem with that. Then in walks Justin (or whatever his name is) and you realize you didn’t prepare the house enough for this disaster in the making. It’s the holidays and come hell or high water you’re determined to be a good host, and that means PREPARATION. A lot of it. Make a list and check it twice. Making a Clean Break. Stock up on cleaning supplies. If you’re running low, it’s going to be a lot easier to shop now before a 2 Liter of soda manages to pour 10 gallons of pop on your floor. Scrub a Dub Dub. Put those supplies to use. Clean the main living areas, the front of the house/apartment, where people enter, bathrooms,

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