There are 3 kinds of cleaning I want to provide you with constructive thoughts on. I've had over 14 years experience in home cleaning and also train our Franchisees about the way to be constantly finishing quality cleans.
For renters there are generally 3 types of cleaning to consider. There are two that are contractually required and one is an alternative.
- A moving or bond blank
- Inspection clean when renting
- Regular house/apartment wash
While you're leasing, your lease agreement will generally ask for an occasional examination by a landlord or a rental service. Within reason your house will have to be clean and clean. Professionals can assist in this area, nevertheless 1 manner in which you may make certain that your home is always prepared for a review is to maintain at least a fortnightly clean for yourself. This is where a great deal of tenants let down themselves. If all else fails you can always fall back onto a specialist.
Do you want to wash your rental yourself?
Here's a cleaning arrangement you may use, which has shown not only very powerful, but also quickly due to its frequency (fortnightly). It provides an organized strategy for you.
So many people from the outset wish to spray and wash everything. Well from my own experience there are just two issues. One is that moisture can make more work and the next is that the wash usually leaves unwanted marks and streaks.
- So, What's the secret -
- Clean from the top down
- Clean dry before wetting any place
Do all your dusting first from the"top down" by removing cobwebs and dust off curtain rods etc.. Then dust the furnishings, images, wooden venetian blinds etc..
What this achieve is get all of the dust on your cleansing tools dry and helps keep the dust from the atmosphere (always beneficial if you have allergy). In a really brief time period any surplus dust will fall into the ground so it can be cleaned up last when the floors are washed.
After, the above is finished, you can then spray regions that need moisture and clean. I use a chamois to wipe the moisture up, but it's possible to use micro clothes too. The key to effective cleaning is to keep your cleaning chamois /cloths continually rinsed clean during the process. Thus far we've spoken off dusting and cleaning. The real secret is that the finishing of this wash so there are no stripes left for instance, on tiles, counter tops, mirrors etc..
If you're worried about the health of the planet you could use vinegar, some may use methylated spirits and I used a mild window cleaner product with a powerful drying agent in it. This product has always given me great results. The other important issue is that your chamois/cloths always have to be completely clean.
Here is a normal cleaning order that I use and it could help to keep the your clean in hands too.
Naturally there's a great deal more training and information necessary to become a coordinated and also a quality cleaner, but I trust the above is of assistance to you.
An Idea -To the Landlord, you can build into your leasing package"cleaning" that is going to be a method of guaranteeing that your house is always keep at its best.