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Bond cleaning of your house

Do you need to clean out your home before moving into a new place? Or maybe you're just looking for a quick way to declutter your space. Either way, we've got you covered!

Proper bond cleaning guide

Do you have a bond that will expire soon? End-of-lease cleaning is one of those things that people often overlook when they move out of their apartment. But if you don't do it, then you may not be able to rent the place again. And if you're moving into a new apartment, you'll want to make sure that everything is spotless so that you can show off your new digs.  Have you ever wondered how you clean it? The end of your tenancy agreement is the last day on which you must leave the property clean and tidy.

Proper bond cleaning is necessary for maintaining the quality of your building and also is an essential step to ensure your home stays sanitized and healthy. Proper bond cleaning can save you time and money and it also ensures your equipment stays in tip-top shape.  If you have followed instructions from the instructions provided by our company, then you will get back your bond. However, if you don't follow some basic steps for cleaning, it may expire prematurely.

Start with a good cleaning solution

If you choose to use a water-based cleaner, make sure to start with a good-quality product. A lot of cheap products will contain harsh chemicals that can damage your wood floors. Make sure to read the label carefully before purchasing any cleaning supplies.

Cleaning bedroom

Closets are often the hardest place to clean out. Clothes tend to pile up over time, and if you don't keep them organized, they can become difficult to find. Make sure you go through each closet and remove anything you no longer wear or use. Empty all of your shoes and put them in a box or bag that you can easily carry to the trash. Clean out desk drawers, desk, and bookcase. Empty all of your bookshelves – if you have any! Take down pictures from walls and hang up new pictures that you like better (or don’t have). If you own a laptop and it's still under warranty, wrap it up and put it away before moving out. If not, store it somewhere where it won't get broken by someone else moving in or using it as their own. If you have anything of value like jewelry or electronics, make sure they are not visible in your bedroom while they are still covered by their original wrapping. Next, remove any furniture that's not being used. Finally, go through each room and clear out any unnecessary items.

Cleaning out cupboards and closets

Cleaning out cupboards and closet is a great way to get rid of clutter and make room for new things. You may want to start with the kitchen first since it's probably the biggest space in your home. Start by taking everything off the shelves and putting it away. Next, go through each drawer and closet and toss anything that doesn't belong anymore. Finally, take everything outside and give it a good cleaning.

Cleaning windows

Windows are often overlooked when it comes to cleaning but need to be window cleaned regularly. If you have dirty windows, then you're going to have a hard time keeping bugs out of your home. To clean them, use a window cleaner spray and wipe down the glass. Make sure to do this at least once a month.

Cleaning bathrooms

Bathrooms are notorious for being messy, especially if you don't keep them clean. When you're done using the bathroom, make sure to flush the toilet and wash the sink and tub. Then, turn on the water faucet and let it run until the water runs clear. After that, just rinse the shower and tub with soap and water. Cleaning out bathroom cabinets is a great place for storing toiletries and cleaning supplies. However, if you aren't keeping them organized, they can quickly turn messy. Before you move, go through each cabinet, pull out anything you no longer use, and donate it to charity or sell it online.

Cleaning floors

Flooring is another area that tends to get neglected. However, if you want to keep your tile and grout looking nice, then you'll need to clean the tile and grout regularly. Use a mop and bucket of warm water to clean the floors. Make sure to scrub the grout between tiles and sweep the floor.

Cleaning appliances

Appliances tend to collect dirt over time, making them look less appealing. To clean them, simply wipe them down with a damp cloth. Be careful not to scratch them while doing this.

Cleaning carpets

Carpets are another area that gets neglected. However, they can add character to any room. To clean them, vacuum them thoroughly and then shampoo them or take carpet steam cleaning service. Make sure to dry them completely before moving furniture back into place.

Cleaning blinds

Blinds are another area that gets overlooked. However, they can be a real eyesore if they aren't kept clean. To clean them, remove the shades and wipe down the fabric with a soft rag.

Cleaning out drawers

Drawer clutter can be just as bad as closet clutter. Drawers are perfect places to store small items like jewelry, coins, and keys. However, if you haven't used something in a while, chances are you won't remember where you put it. Go through each drawer and pull out everything you no longer need.

Cleaning out bookshelves

Bookshelves are a great place to store books, but they can also be a mess. Books can fall off shelves, and if you don’t organize them properly, they can become hard to find. Before you move out of your apartment, go through each shelf and pull out anything you no longer need. You might even consider donating old books to local libraries.

Cleaning out linen cabinets

Linen cabinets are a great place to keep towels, sheets, blankets, and other linens. However, if you don't keep these items organized, they can easily become messy. Before you move out, go through each cabinet and pull out anything you don't need anymore, and donate it to charity.

Cleaning out the fridge

The first thing you should do is empty your refrigerator. You don't want any food left over from last month's dinner party or leftover pizza from last week's family gathering. If you have kids, they may have left their toys behind or some random junk that you don't need anymore. Make sure to throw away anything that doesn't belong in your home. If you have any leftover food, throw it away. Then wash down the inside of the refrigerator with water. Make sure to wipe off the shelves and door handles. After you've cleaned everything out, dry the entire refrigerator thoroughly.

Cleaning out the pantry

Next, go through your cupboards and make sure everything is cleaned out. Throw away expired foods, old spices, and anything else that you no longer use.

Cleaning out the laundry room

Cleaning out the laundry room Now that you've cleaned out the bathroom and kitchen, you'll want to go ahead and clean out the laundry room. Start by taking everything out of the washer and putting it somewhere else. Then, wash down your washing machine with warm water. Wring out the clothes and hanging them to dry. Put everything in bags and take it outside.

Cleaning out the garage

You'll want to finish cleaning out the garage. Go through each drawer and closet and get rid of anything you no longer use. Empty all trash cans and recycle them if you have them outside your home or apartment building in a public place like a park or street corner.

Vacuum the floor

Finally, you’ll need to vacuum the floors first because dust tends to accumulate quickly. Dust mites thrive in warm, moist environments, so make sure to keep your home as dry as possible. If you're moving into a new place, consider getting a dehumidifier. Wash floors with warm water mixed with mild soap such as dish detergent or liquid laundry detergent (if you have pets). Rinse well and allow them to dry completely before mopping them again with warm water mixed with powdered floor cleaner (if needed). When you mop, make sure that it's done on an even surface so that no streaks appear.

By taking the time to follow through with some proven steps, here are some things you can do to ensure that your rental property is enough to get you a positive reference from your landlord.

For best results, scheduled cleaning at the end of your tenancy will protect both you and the landlord. In addition to maintaining peace between yourselves and your landlord, a professional cleaning can also help retain your security deposit. A proper clean-out will ensure that moving out is as stress-free as possible!

Proper bond cleaning guide