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22 October 2020

Ultimate End of Tenancy Guide for a Spotless House

If you’re moving house then you’ll have a lot on your mind already, without having to worry about your end of tenancy cleaning. End of tenancy or end of lease cleaning can be a very big job, and it can take a lot of effort and dedication to ensure that your home is in an excellent condition when you leave. One of the best ways to make sure that your cleaning goes to plan is to have a schedule or checklist that you can refer to. Here is how to create a moving cleaning checklist for your home!


1) Creating your moving house plan.


If you’re making a cleaning checklist then it’s a good idea to create a moving list as well. Take the time to write down your schedule, then add in jobs that need doing, such as packing or other moving preparations. Once you have a moving plan, you can see just how much time you have to dedicate to your cleaning. This is going to make it much easier to know when you have time to clean, and what needs doing!


2) Cleaning and packing.


You’re not going to want to clean the rooms of your home until they’re packed. A great way to efficiently tackle your domestic cleaning when you move is to thoroughly clean and sanitise each room once it’s been packed. In this way, you can work through your home room by room in a timely fashion, instead of tackling your whole home in one go. Start by packing the least-used rooms of your home, then, once everything is boxes up, place the boxes in another room of your home, and begin cleaning.


3) Planning your shopping list.


Your moving checklist should also have a shopping list of cleaning products that you’re going to need. Before making your list, check in your cleaning cupboard to see what you have and what you’re going to need to buy. This will stop you from wasting money on products that you already have! Make sure you have everything from cleaning cloths and rubber gloves to bleach, antibacterial sprays and vacuum cleaner bags! You’re going to need a lot of tools to thoroughly clean your home, and it’s best to have your cupboards freshly stocked so that you can get straight to work!


4) Your checklist.


Your checklist should be a list of the rooms of your home, along with specific cleaning instructions and items that need special care, such as your fridge and oven. Try to list all of the jobs that need doing in each room, so that you can easily tick them off once completed. This is a good way to ensure that everything gets done, and nothing is forgotten about!


5) Hiring a professional cleaning company.


Most cleaning companies offer move out cleaning help that can be invaluable for your house move. If you’re worried enough about moving, without the added pressures of cleaning too, then why not get in touch with your local cleaning agency? There should be a cleaning company in your area that can help you, so look around for good deals and affordable prices. Remember to research your company online to ensure that they have good customer reviews and feedback, and always shop around if you want to get the best deals on prices and service.



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