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Posted on May 12, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice | 0 comments

The first day of the end of tenancy cleaning process is planned for walls and outside areas. You need to clean any dirt and remove all finger prints and scuff marks from the doors, baseboards and woodwork. Use a damp cloth and special cleaning solution. Do not forget to remove all pins, screws and nails that you have put in the wall, to hang pictures or posters. You also need to fill all holes, use special filler according to the wall. If the paint is semi-gloss use a few drops of the cleaning product to remove any trace of marks. The paint will be more easily damaged if the paint is not glossy. It is a good idea to hire a professional cleaning company to help you with these tasks. If you mess up something you will loose more that just your deposit.

If you have garden and balconies you need to clean them too. Today is the best day to do it. However if it is windy later and there are fallen leaves or other debris you need to sweep them again on your last day.

In this day you pay special attention to the stove and oven. The first thing you need to do is to spray with oven cleaning solutions all drip pans, racks and boiler pans. Then wipe in and outside of the oven with a damp cloth and then spray. Do not forget to read the instructions written on the product label. You should not use the oven once you have cleaned it. You also need to clean all exterior surfaces and beneath the pans.

Clean your stove too, if you are ready to leave the next few days without it.

This might be the best time to clean the fireplace too. Use the oven cleaner product to remove soot and all black marks.

With this task ends this day of the end of tenancy cleaning process.

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