Clean up

Once everyone has left who isn't staying the night, it's time to start the clean up. If this is your own home then you don't need to clean up absolutely everything because some of it can be done the next day.

If you have rented or borrowed a venue then you have to clean up everything before you go. In this case it's useful to arrange for a couple of helpers who will stay back with you.

Put away any food. Food that you're not going to keep put in in the rubbish. Food that you are going to keep gets wrapped or covered and put in the refridgerator. Take the food rubbish out to prevent it stinking up the premises.

Clean up the BDSM play areas. Be aware that some of this may represent a biohazard (an infection risk) so make sure you are wearing gloves and be especially careful of any left-over hypodermic needle tips from piercing or knife blades from cutting. Safely store the sharps containers until you can get rid of them appropriately. If you're not sure how to get rid of them appropriately, ask your local pharmacist.

Watch out for towels and anything thrown into the rubbish in the play areas. They may have blood or other body fluids on them and they can also present an infection risk.

Wipe down any equipment or furniture in the play areas with disinfectant or bleach.
Last modified: Monday, 10 October 2011, 4:42 PM