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Prepare for the season now to avoid rushing as the holidays approach.

Photo provided by Two Maids of Greenville

Planning on hosting this season? Here are three tips to get your home holiday-ready ahead of time:

  • Purge your pantry: Check expiration + “best if used by” dates
  • Dedicate a discrete space in your home for a gift-wrapping and staging area as packages get delivered
  • Donate unused items you haven’t touched in six months or more

Have so much to do, but so little time? Call in the pros at Two Maids of Greenville for home cleaning services.

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