Checklist for End of Tenancy Cleaning

A property should always remain spotless for new tenants. It must get cleaned from top to bottom, but there are a few critical “pain areas” that you should focus on. Here is a checklist of the most critical emphasis areas to assist you in doing an excellent end-of-tenancy cleaning.

  • Gathering the supplies: You’ll surely need specialized cleaning supplies, such as proprietary cleaning solutions, an upholstery shampoo, towels and rags, scourers, and spray bottles.
  • Walls: Examining the walls for scuff marks. These may be able to be wiped out, or portions of the wall may need to be repainted
  • Doors: Checking if all the doors, including the knobs, are clean, also making sure that the locks are in good working order.
  • Windows: Inside and exterior, windows should be cleaned. For outside windows, you may need to hire a professional window cleaner.
  • Ceilings: Cleaning the ceilings may necessitate the use of an extended broom. Keep an eye out for cobwebs in room corners.
  • Fixtures and fittings: Dust and polish any light fixtures and sockets, and ensure sure the upholstery is stain-free.
  • Carpets: For dirty carpets, you might think about renting a  machine. These are widely accessible in supermarkets and cost about £20 each day.
  • Room by Room: After the remainder of the checklist is completed. It’s time to focus on the pain areas in particular rooms.