End of Lease Cleaning Guide

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We have compiled a handy guide to help you with everything you need to know about the end of lease cleaning. This guide will help you to find out how tenants can clean their homes before they move out and how to clean them during the tenancy.

Regular cleaning during the tenancy will make cleaning at the end of the tenancy considerably easier. Cleaning regularly throughout the lease will go a long way to simplifying the end – the – of the lease. Frequent cleaning throughout your rental period will make a big contribution to simplifying the final cleaning process for you.

1. Create cleaning checklist

Start by examining the tasks that are part of the final sanitation process and look at creating a ready-made cleaning checklist. With this checklist, you can also request a quote from a professional cleaning service to ensure that everything that is left behind has been cleaned. If you are looking for professional cleaning companies, introduce them to the requirements set by your landlord or rental agency. For example, if you need to clean windows, walls, kitchen, bedroom and hallway, this is required by the cleaning regulations of the lease.

2. Do it your self or hire a professional ?

If you decided to do it your self. make sure you have the right detergents and take sufficient time to thoroughly clean each room. If you are not sure if you have enough time or not sure if your landlord will be satisfied with the result, it is best to leave this task to a professional cleaning company.

Before you jump into the end of the lease cleaning process, make sure you have all the necessary cleaning tools and products at hand. It is essential that you make a list of all the things that are needed during the cleaning process. This allows you to create an achievable cleaning plan before you embark on your cleaning process, taking into account the amount of cleaning agents required and the type of equipment and equipment available

For a thorough cleaning that requires a lot of time, energy and elbow grease, you can get help from a professional final cleaner who can transform your dirty rental home into a clean and clean space with environmentally friendly cleaning products. 

3.Checklist

In most cases, your lease stipulates that the carpet must be cleaned professionally before being cleared. Now is the time to book a professional carpet cleaner who will arrive after the keys have been returned to your agent or landlord. Keep a copy of the invoice with you and contact your landlord or agent for more information about carpet cleaning services.

Your lease may also stipulate that you must have pest control performed on the property, especially if you have pets. Use the next few weeks to organize a professional pest controller to spray your property. As a tenant, you are responsible for keeping your properties empty.

If your property has a lawn, you need to mow in the last week of your lease, so make sure you do so. If you don’t have a lawn mower to do it, hire a gardener or craftsman to mow your lawn for you.

Utilities such as electricity, water, sewage or sewage pipes can be repaired and, if necessary, deleted by RentConnect.

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Spray the outside with insect spray, remove cobwebs and residues, mow the lawn and spray weedkillers on the surface if necessary. Remove weeds, cut back bushes, spray weeds and remove all residues and cobwebs.

Dead plants must be replaced by new ones, such as grasses, trees, shrubs, shrubs and other non-native plants.

If you have left garbage in the backyard, watch out for cigarette butts and bottle caps that are on garden leaves and remove them. Scrub your driveway and pay particular attention to oil and tire marks on the car and any damage to the outside of your vehicle.

Check your light bulbs and when they are fine, wash, dry, remove and replace them and look for curtains and blinds. If your globe has burst, change it or replace it, or wash and dry your lamps, replace the lamps and remove them.

If you have blinds, it is a good idea to clean them with slats or slats, or you wash your curtains. Dirt, dust and stains can be seen on walls, ceilings, windows, doors and other parts of the house.

If you have air conditioning or ceiling fans, wipe them with a paper towel, or if not, a vacuum cleaner will help remove dirt and dust. Remove and then wash and replace exhaust fans in kitchens, toilets and bathrooms, as well as smoke detectors. If you have a ceiling fan with air conditioning, remove the exhaust fan from your kitchen and the toilets in the bathroom.

Look for spots or checkpoints that have flown to the ceiling, as well as for signs of smoke detectors such as smoke detectors, fire detectors and smoke alarm lights.

Use sugar soap or mild detergent in a bucket of warm water and a sponge, but what happens when you apply it?

Remove the cobwebs in front of the house with a cobweb remover or broom and then wipe them with a damp cloth. Look at the window tracks and clean them of dirt and debris by carefully driving a screwdriver through the tracks to remove the dirt. Bring the windows into top shape by removing, lifting and lifting the fly screens and entering the vacuum with the narrow nozzle. Place the screwdrivers under the screens and slide them in and out, pull them out and remove all the flies on the screen.

Do not press the screens in such a way that they bend slightly and, if necessary, suck off the fly screens, but do not cause any damage to the screen.

Sliding windows usually come in, and some have a safety grille over the second-floor windows, but not all.

Use a scouring sponge to soapy the window and remove any dirt in any shape, and wipe the top edge with a dry towel to avoid streaks. Push the squeegee through the windows with firm, even pressure, but don’t forget to tighten the screws on top of each window, just check if you need to loosen them. Your windows are now wet and soapy, so simply wipe them off with a towel or wet towel.

To avoid lines, make sure each line slightly overlaps the last one and continue blowing until you are done. After each blow, dry the squeegee with a towel or wet towel and place it in the dryer for a few minutes.

Wipe down the frame of the window ledge and place a towel over it to prevent water damage inside. Finally, dry the edges with a clean towel and remove any traces on the windows. And the inner windows can be cleaned in the same way.

Who is responsible for mould in your apartment: the tenant, the landlord or the owner of the apartment (landlord or tenant).

It is time to disinfect and clean all parts of the toilet, including the tap, cistern and toilet pipes. The best way to use a disinfectant cloth, such as a spray, is to apply cleaning spray or a cloth; this keeps everything safe and hygienic. Wash the dirty walls, clean walls and tiles with spray disinfectants and cloths and finally clean the bowl with a toilet bowl.

Wash cabinet after cabinet with warm or lukewarm water to dry and then vacuum the cabinets yourself with a vacuum cleaner or dry cleaning cloth.

Remove personal hooks, posters and tape residues and weigh them with sugar soap or mild detergent in a bucket or with soap and water.

Pay attention to the light switches to detect signs of light pollution, such as light bulbs, switches, lights and switches on the wall or ceiling.

To clean the oven, remove all the parts of the hood and knobs that fall off, such as the hob, the oven lid and the oven door. Clean your oven jar according to the instructions for oven cleaners and leave it to soak overnight in hot, soapy water and scrub with a solid abrasive until it is clean.

Pay particular attention to the glass and clean it as often as possible, using a sharp object such as a toothbrush or toothpaste or a brush.

The bathroom can also be cleaned and vacuumed at least once a week, if not more often, with a vacuum cleaner.

In the case of soap, foam, mould, rust or stains, care must be taken at the corners of the door frame and the shower head. Wet the shower with a cream or scouring sponge and remove hair or loose objects if you forget to start. Check if the drain is hair-free and if there are soap or foam mould or rust stains.

The sink can accumulate calcium rust and this can be removed with a cream cleaner or a scrubbing sponge. Squeeze the shower glass and rinse with shower water, then rinse with soap and water for a few minutes before washing.

Check the laundry room and you will need to do the same for the washing machine, dryer, dishwasher and washing machines, as well as the kitchen and bathroom.

Rub every last trace off the floor with the Cream Cleaner and make sure it is ready for carpet cleaning tomorrow. Finally, you have vacuumed the whole house, so wipe the faucets and the surrounding walls and tiles.

Do not leave hair or dirt on the floor or even a bit of dust or dust on it as it can cause a lot of damage to the carpet.

You should clean the carpet professionally today and make sure the accommodation is clean enough to avoid rent disputes or rental deposits. Take the last path to make a last reversal to the courtyard and clean it as much as possible.