No need to say, but it is not a good idea to leave oven covered in grease stains and splashes when handing over a rental property. The cleanliness of the whole kitchen is of great importance, but you need to clean particularly well all the appliances in the area – fridge, oven, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher, even the toaster – if it is part of the original furnishing of the place.
Carpets and Rugs
Carpets and rugs accumulate a lot of dust and dirt and sometimes look scruffy even after a thorough vacuuming. This is why it is a good idea to deep clean all textile flooring in your rental home. If there are some old stains on the rugs or the upholstery, better hire professional rug cleaning company. There’s a risk to smudge and spread the stain, and make it even worse.
Dust and Cobwebs
Clean the dust from all the surfaces the day before inviting you landlord to check the condition of the property. Inspect all the corners and ceilings for cobwebs. Don’t forget to clean and wipe dust from ceiling fans and chandeliers around the house.
If you want to leave the place clean, but you don’t have the time to do it, you always can call end of tenancy cleaning service.