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Pesach Mission #6: Linen Closet

Since we have all of our cleaning supplies and we know how many guests we will be having, it is time to tackle the linen closet.

NOTE: This mission, as well as future missions, describe an in-depth cleaning and purging. This is more than a cleaning for chametz and should not be construed as necessary preparations for Pesach. Dust is not chametz! Clean according to your comfort level.

Look at your closet- is it overstuffed? Very messy and disorganized?

  • Take everything out and arrange the sheets into sets- sheets, pillowcase, and towel and fold them together. Create as many sets as you will need for the holidays.
  •  If your youngest child is 15, purge those Little Mermaid sheets!
  •  Turn any worn-out towels into rags.
  • We keep all of our coolers and camping equipment here- if you do as well, clean it out and get it ready for Pesach.

Hopefully you have a little extra space now- enjoy!

Click here for Pesach Mission #7: Anti-Procrastination Day!

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4 thoughts on “Pesach Mission #6: Linen Closet

  1. Yael Rapoport on said:

    Great emails!! Thanks On Apr 6, 2014 9:46 PM, “couponing in the holy land” wrote:

    > frugal food shopper posted: “Since we have all of our cleaning > supplies and we know how many guests we will be having, it is time to > tackle the linen closet. NOTE: This mission, as well as future missions, > describe an in-depth cleaning and purging. This is more than a cleaning > for”

  2. Pingback: Pesach Mission #5: Cleaning Supplies | couponing in the holy land

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