BATHROOM3 SPOTLESS

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Even if your guests are not stay­ing the night, make sure your bath­room is clean as a whis­tle if you’re plan­ning on en­ter­tain­ing.

Tara sug­gests de­clut­ter­ing as much as is prac­ti­cal to make your guests feel com­fort­able.

“No one wants to see your stuff so put away any­thing that’s too per­sonal,” she says. “Try to cre­ate that ho­tel feel­ing with a nice pump soap, flow­ers and even a scented can­dle.”

It’s also a cour­tesy to let your guest know about any idio­syn­cra­sies your bath­room might have, like any is­sues with the toi­let flush­ing or, per­haps, taps that need to be turned off tight.

If you don’t know each other well, ei­ther show them how to lock the door while they’re in there or set up a sys­tem so that ev­ery­one knows when the bath­room is in use.

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