Cleaning Up After Turkeypocalypse With P&G

Thanksgiving table

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Thanksgiving to my family means a big meal, games and football. I have a big family and we like to eat so there is always tons of food. The problem though with tons of food is tons of dishes. From spills on the floor to the counters, and then there is the pile of dishes that needs to be tackled before the food gets crusted on.

The problem we have though is no one wants to miss the football games or the board games we play to get up and clean up. I know for me, since I host, I am usually exhausted after cleaning like crazy before everyone comes over and then all the running around to cook and host. The last thing I want to do after dinner is get up and clean but I usually do anyways.

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I am not a big football game watcher but I do hate missing out on everything that is going on while I clean. It’s hard sometimes for more than one person to clean anyways and as the host I always tell my guests to sit down and enjoy themselves. I can only imagine though how awful missing a touchdown or other big play because you’re stuck cleaning the kitchen would be.

Luckily there are great products from P&G to get me through the cleaning nightmare of Turkeypocalypse.

A Swiffer WetJet can scrub up all those messes that made it to the floor with a few easy swipes.

Dawn Ultra can tackle all that grease left behind on the dishes so you can spend less time scrubbing.

Cascade Platinum gets your dishes cleaned in the dishwasher the first time so you don't have to waste time hand washing them because they didn't come clean in the dishwasher.

Febreze Pumpkin Bliss can lift spirits and take care of all the crazy odors floating around your house and kitchen.

Bounty paper towels make cleaning up spills and other messes a breeze because they are two times more absorbent.

Check out this hysterical video of P&G and Turkeypocalypse:

 

How do you get through Thanksgiving clean-up?

Cher is a mom of three who started Mom and More seven years ago when she was looking for something she could call her own. She shares a little of everything from personal stories to reviews of anything you'd find in a mom's house. 

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