Hut, hut hike: Easy cleaning tips for after the big game
(BPT) - That time of year is almost here - pro football championship Sunday. According to the National Chicken Council’s 2012 Wing Report, the big game is the second biggest eating holiday after Thanksgiving. With the big game comes big prep and cleanup.
Even the most diligent person can’t do it alone. While some may be intimidated by the mess left by overly excited fans, there are a few suggestions to help you get through the cleanup and salvage your home from the nacho cheese caked in the carpet and the deep drink spills on the couch.
“On game day for me, I’m typically entertaining outside across the country in stadium lots with my RV and the great football fans around the country. If some food or a drink spills outside, it’s not a big deal ... but inside my house ... now that’s a different story,” says Joe Cahn, commissioner of tailgating and party planning legend. “Whether your tailgate celebration is in the stadium parking lot or in front of your big screen TV, you always need to be ready for a few unexpected food fumbles. Think ahead and be prepared for a thorough cleanup to ensure you are not missing out on any of the game day action.”
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