The Finishing Touches of Every Successful After Tenancy Cleaning

The end of tenancy cleaning, the move out or after tenancy one or whatever you like to call this type of clean-up is the cleaning task everyone in this city is talking about. It is inclusive, deep and that makes it difficult and challenging for the unprofessionals, but what indeed makes it so popular is the fact that only if you pass the inspection at its very end, you will get the money from the security deposit back. And completely logically no one is keen on the idea of losing several thousand pounds.basin-1502544_640 But what the majority of people fail to understand about this cleaning is that it is all about preciseness.

Do it properly, being patient, and you will achieve incredibly good results.

Or if you simply don’t have the skills, the experience, the cleaning tools or products, the time or whatever, then you need to find a team that will be patient enough and precise enough to make this house shine in a minimal amount of time thus assuring you an inspection pass and satisfaction. And just like we already said that the details indeed matter when it is about a cleaning like this or the following it inspection, you need to stay aware and to pay attention to those little things that could cost you everything.

The smells

There is maybe no situation more unpleasant than that of you going to someone else’s house and having to cope with a super awful smell. Yeah, those are things that are not so closely related to cleaning, as there is no air cleaning task neither in your daily, weekly, monthly cleaning routine, nor in the checklists of the inspector. However, if the landlord or letting agency representative goes into the house and smell cigarettes, mold or something worse than that, you are screwed. And that is for sure. So make sure that not only your house will be in perfect condition, but that there would be no smells at all.


The cobwebs

The chance of missing these is remarkably great if you are not hiring one of the professional cleaning teams, but you are performing the after tenancy clean-up by yourself.

Yeah, they are small and too often hard to notice. However, they are in absolutely every checklist, which means that something as small and irrelevant like a cobweb could cost you a several thousand pounds. That is why you better check carefully the entire place before the inspector’s arrival. You will be sure in the success then.

The attitude

Yeah, this is not a cleaning task, but is indeed the finishing touch of the end of tenancy cleaning. the way you behave and talk with the inspector has a far greater importance than you expect. If you are polite and simply kind, if you smile and be friendly, even if there are some little imperfections the inspector could give you the pass. However, as those checklists are full of tasks some of which are ridiculously hard to accomplish, if you are being rude, you will no doubt fail.