Moving out from a rental property you need to consider and take care of many things such as packing your belongings, finding a moving company and organizing your end of tenancy cleaning. That’s why you need to put everything in order, so you can make sure you won’t miss anything that is important. For the cleaning purposes in the property you can use green cleaning products instead of commercial ones. Below you can learn how to use them properly.
Start From The Kitchen
It’s best to start from the kitchen as being one of the most used rooms in the house. To make these cleaning products is not only economical, but also good for the healthy living environment in the house.
Professional end of tenancy cleaners advise you to use the following ingredients: white vinegar, baking soda, lemon, water and essential oils. For the preparation of the cleaning solutions you will also need a spray bottle, a bowl, a sponge and a scrubbing brush.
First, begin with the preparing of the all purpose cleaner. Make a mixture that consists of 1 tablespoon baking soda, a half teaspoon of dish soap and 2 tablespoons of vinegar and pour it onto a clean spray bottle, then shake it and leave it for a while and it’s ready to be used.
Cleaning the kitchen sink – make mixture from 1/3 cup of baking soda and warm water. Stir until it forms a moist paste solution. Use a brush or a kitchen sponge to scrub the sink surface.
Garbage disposal – most end of tenancy cleaning companies recommend to use fresh lemons which you should toss in it together with a few thin peel strips. Leave for a while and then run the water and turn on the garbage disposal to clean itself.
Now, after you have everything cleaned and ready to be inspect with a final walk in the property, you can make sure you will have your security deposit back. It’s time to continue with taking the next step and moving to your new living place. Don’t forget the carpet cleaning as well. Good luck!