End of Tenancy Cleaning Tips for Lazy People

End of tenancy cleaning – the nightmare of all tenants. Most of them hate it in their guts and don’t do it at all. Of course, not cleaning comes with a price to them and they lose their rental deposits. In my opinion, this is absolutely fair – if you are lazy or ignorant, you should pay for it. But I’m not here to judge anyone.

Here are a few easy to follow end of tenancy cleaning tips for lazy people:

First of all, pack your luggage and put it all on one place. You will need free space to clean more easily. Moreover, cluttered clothes and other items make you nervous when cleaning.

When you clean, always start from the top of the furniture or rooms and work down. This way you won’t have to clean some of the things twice.

Never leave the hardest tasks, as to clean the bathroom or kitchen, for the end. Once you get tired, it will be a lot harder for you to accomplish these chores. So, plan and organise your work well before you start with the end of tenancy cleaning.

Browse the Internet and look for cleaning tips and techniques that don’t require too much effort and time. For example, instead of rubbing and scrubbing the oven for hours, you can prepare a paste of bicarbonate of soda, salt and vinegar, spread it in the appliance, and when you scrape it after an hour when it has dried, all burnt bits of food will come off.

The easiest that lazy people can do at the end of their tenancy periods is to simply pick up the phone and call some end of tenancy cleaning company. Nowadays, there are a lot of these firms in every big city, so it won’t be hard to find the needed service. You can even hire a company to clean your old lodging and to move all of your items to your new home.

March 28, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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