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Tips For Your End Of Tenancy Clean Tips For Your End Of Tenancy Clean 22 August 2014

End of tenancy cleaning can be a hassle, and with so much to do to prepare for your house move, it’s important that you take the time to plan and ensure that you have everything ready and complete for your final clean. If you’re worried about your end of tenancy clean and you’re looking for some helpful tips and advice then you don’t need to look any further! 1)    De-clutter your home.De-cluttering your home is a great idea for both your house move and your end of tenancy clean. De-cluttering will leave you with fewer items, and you’ll have more room to manoeuvre your furniture for the extra-deep cleaning that your home needs. Try donating or selling your unwanted items if they’re in good condition, or just throw them away if they’ve seen better days! 2)    See what boxes, bags and furniture you can move.Your home might still be full of boxes and bags at the time that you need to clean, so it’s important that you move everything out of the way so that you can thoroughly clean every area of the property.  It’s a good idea to clean your home room by room, shifting boxes into other areas of your house for a short time so that you can get the deep clean that you need. Don’t forget to clean behind and underneath furniture too! 3)    Ensure you have the right cleaning products and materials.Before you start cleaning you should check to see that you have the right cleaning products. Doing this beforehand can save you stress, and you won’t need to waste time running out to the shops to pick up more bleach or another antibacterial spray! Stock up on cleaning cloths, sponges and anything else that you think you might need too! 4)    Speak to your landlord.Different landlords will expect a different level of cleanliness from your end of tenancy clean, and even though you might think you know what’s expected, it’s a good idea to check with your landlord first. It could be that the property will be renovated when you leave, meaning that all of your hard work would be for no reason! Check with your landlord to see whether or not appliances, carpets and fittings are going to be replaced after you leave so that you’re not wasting your precious time! 5)    Make a cleaning plan.Making a cleaning plan can save you hours of work, and it will ensure that you complete all of the jobs that you need to do, without forgetting about anything! Sit down and make a list of everything that you want to accomplish and ensure that you’ve remembered every nook and cranny of every room of the property! You might also want to estimate the time frame that you have for each job, and how long the job will take you. This will give you a better idea of how long your clean is going to take, so that you can get back to business with packing and other moving-related issues that you might be facing! 6)    Enlist the help of friends and family.As well as the help of professional cleaners, you can also enlist the help of your friends and family. The more helping hands that you have for your end of tenancy clean the easier and faster the job will be!



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