End of lease cleaning is a cleaning at the end of a lease or at the start of a new one. The house/property should be properly cleaned in order to give the best impression to the new tenants. If we think about it, it’s quite simple and easy until you hit the bathroom, oven and kitchen. People spend a lot of time cleaning those places but doesn’t always get the result they wanted due to improper material use and lack of knowledge in cleaning or maybe just lack of time. End of lease cleaning or bond cleaning needs time and an ample amount of know how to deliver the best result. Anyone who wants to do their own end of lease cleaning should at least consult a professional or do research on how a real end of lease cleaning should be done before they start the cleaning themselves . Using the the wrong chemicals could lead to serious problems, a burnt skin is a common accident in these scenario.
Listed below are some tips on end of lease cleaning
“Clean as you go”
-Make sure to clean your home regularly. Always put back the things that you use in their original places. Don’t leave the dishes unwashed overnight because molds are quick to develop. This simple stuff will help you greatly when the time comes that you need to leave your house. It will minimize the time and effort needed in the end of lease cleaning.
– When doing bond, make sure to clean the room/place you deem the dirtiest. The dirtiest part of the house requires the most time to clean so more effort are exerted, it’s also a strategy to clean the dirtiest places first so that you can rest and allow yourself to breath when you move to the least dirty part of the house.
“Planning and Research”
– Treat your cleaning like a business plan. Planning saves time and energy. You get a better grasp of things when you know the things you need to do ahead of time. Aside from saving time, on some circumstances it will also save you money by choosing the correct cleaning materials.
It is not hard to do bond cleaning, just make sure that you do your homework first or better yet you could just hire a professional.