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CLEANING SHORTCUTS THAT WILL EASE UP YOUR END OF LEASE TASK

by Australiabond Cleaning Australia Bond Cleaning

Organizing Bond Cleaning on a rental property is a part of life for every tenant living in Australia. It only gets stressful when you have a busy schedule and unable to take a day off for organizing a deep and thorough cleaning.

In such a scenario, it is highly recommended to hire a professional bond cleaning service provider for your rental property. Professionals come with a satisfaction guarantee and all the required expertise and experience.

It is always better to maintain a clean property during your stay instead of waiting for the end of the lease and creating a back-breaking mountain of bond cleaning tasks. If you just keep the rental property clean during your stay then it will be easier for you while vacating it.

If you maintain a clean rental property then you might get a cheaper quote for deep and thorough bond cleaning of the property. Also, if you decide to do the cleaning on your own while vacating then also it will become easier for you to deliver a neat and clean property.

While we highly recommend hiring professionals for organizing bond cleaning at the end of your lease, if you are not willing to do so then we have some tips or hacks for you.

 

1. Stop Procrastinating

This is something most of the people do but should not be done as it can prove to be lethal for you. It is the time when you should get up and take action and start doing cleaning like wiping the bathroom tiles and cleaning the windows and showerheads.

These areas are the most neglected areas of a house and can turn to be a safe haven for germs and bacteria. Take time out and get your cleaning gloves on. You can use some simple cleaning hacks to get rid of the grime.

You can use homemade solutions and still get good results like you can use lemon to get rid of greasy surfaces. You can tie a bag full of vinegar and water solution to get rid of the scaling on the showerhead.

You can also use a wax paper to polish the faucets. Keep your kitchen arranged and put the utensils in the drawer while cooking. You can manage these activities with your daily routine and avoid a mess at the end of your lease.

As a second option, you can hire professionals fo bond cleaning if you are not able to take time out of your busy schedule.

 

2. Maintain A Clean Kitchen

There is no doubt in saying that a well maintained clean and hygienic kitchen can save you from lots of diseases and if you keep it shiny during your stay then it will be easier at the time you vacate the rental property.

Make sure you wide down the countertop every time anything is spilt on it. Also, make sure that you clean the stove every time you use it. The small food crumb and oil from food can collect over time and can turn into a tough to remove grime.

You can also ask your partner or family members to join you to make the task less tiring and less stressful.

You can also hire bond cleaning professionals for the cleaning of your kitchen up to a high standard as they have proper knowledge of cleaning techniques and handling chemicals.

 

3. Keep The Bins And Fridge Clean

It is very obvious that you do not wast to deal with a foul smell in the property. But if you forgot to empty the bin on time it might develop a foul smell and the odour can stay there if you let it sit there for a long time.

Also, keep checking your fridge regularly for any stale food, rotten food or expired food. It must be thrown away as soon as possible as it can harm your health and also can cause a bad odour inside the fridge.

You can also take a turn for this task with your family members so that it gets easier for everyone.

 

4. Clean The Bathroom More Often

It is highly recommended to maintain a clean bathroom and toilet by the doctors too as it can harm the health of your loved ones and yours as well. Take time out every now and then to clean the tiles and toilet seat as they can easily become a safe haven for germs and bacteria.

Also, if you fail to maintain a clean bathroom then you might end up paying extra for the bond cleaning or losing some part of the bond money for the same reason at the end of your lease.

You can use baking soda to get rid of the stains in your toilet bowl, just sprinkle the baking soda on the stains and let it sit for a while. After this step, you only need to brush it and rinse it. You can get sparkling clean results with this small trick and it not even time-consuming.

But if you see any mould in the bathroom or any hard grease then you should only take bond cleaning professionals to help for the task.

 

5. Do Dusting More Often

Do not let the dust settle anywhere throughout the rental property and do the dusting more often. If you let the dust settle in those shelves or around stuff in your room then it might turn into a hard to remove mark over a period of time.

It is not much time-consuming so, you should do the dusting of your home more often. Also, it is a very healthy habit to keep the house dust-free.

If you already have reached at the end of your lease then you can hire expert bond cleaning professionals for your rental property.

 

6. Portable Vaccum

Get a portable vacuum from your local store and use your free time to do a quick vacuum throughout the property. You can use it to maintain a dust-free carpet and floors.

Also, if you have pets then you might be familiar with the pet hair problem. So, you can use this vacuum every now and then to clean the floorings without bending over and breaking your back. It also comes handy to clean the floor when you are done with doing your hairs.

 

For a satisfying and promising cleaning output, you can hire expert professionals for bond cleaning of your rental property. They always come equipped with top-grade equipment and knowledge.


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