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Spring Cleaning Tips for Tenants

Spring Cleaning Tips for Tenants

Published: 03/07/2018

Why wait until the end of your tenancy to have a big clean-up? Instead, if you have a spring clean now, then regularly throughout your tenancy, you won’t be to left with a massive job to get the property up to scratch when you decide to leave. Plus, your home will be a generally more enjoyable place to live!
It is useful to have a checklist during your spring clean, so you can tick things off as you work your way through your rooms. There might be a lot on your list, however you will find you can get some of these tasks done pretty quickly.
For a good spring clean, you will need to be kitted up with some essential cleaning supplies. According to lifestyle expert, Martha Stewart, the essential cleaning supplies for spring cleaning include; all purpose cleaner, multipurpose powder, rubber gloves, dishwashing liquid and glass and surface cleaner.
It’s easy to pile unwanted items so why not take this opportunity to make some space and clear out what you don’t need. There are a few ways you could get rid of unwanted items. You can donate clothes and home accessories to your local charity shop, give them to friends and family or make yourself some extra cash by holding a car boot sale – or selling your items on the internet.