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by Sally Smith on Aug 27, 2015

If you're moving out of a rental home, then you're surely aware of the importance of end of lease bond cleaning. If you leave your rental property a total mess, you risk the nightmare scenario of your landlord not returning your bond to you. This is precisely why thorough cleaning before moving out is so important for renters. Thankfully, there are many options for people who need to get their rental apartments or houses cleaned before leaving them.

Professional Bond Cleaners

People are often extremely busy during the moving process. As a result, they often don't have sufficient time to take care of all of the details necessary for thorough cleaning of an apartment or house, especially if it's on the spacious side. If you're too busy packing up and taking care of other matters to properly clean your rental, you don't have to worry. Professional bond cleaners can do the meticulous job you need. Look for a local company that specialises in end of lease cleaning and make sure they can take care of everything you need, whether kitchen cleaning, bathroom cleaning, door cleaning, garage cleaning, deck cleaning or anything else. Note that many professional bond cleaning companies offer extra services for additional fees. These services often include curtain cleaning, carpet stain extraction, weeding, mould cleaning and grout cleaning for floors.

Recruit a Helper

You may be notified that your rental home or apartment must be cleaned according to professional standards. If your landlord inspects your house or apartment after you vacate it and decides that it just isn't up to par, you could be out of luck. This is why it's so vital to be extremely thorough with your bond cleaning. If you want to ensure that you do the very best bond cleaning job possible, recruit the assistance of a trusted family member or friend. He or she can help you with everything from toilet scrubbing and carpet steam cleaning to making sure that everything is out of all of the closets. Don't forget -- two brains and bodies are better than one. If possible, try recruiting a group of willing friends and family members, too. The more people, the merrier.

Concentrate on Certain Areas

Although bond cleaning is a comprehensive and in-depth process that involves cleaning the entire property, it can often help immensely to concentrate on specific sections of a house or apartment. Carpeting is one such example. This is because it's so easy for people to detect stains on carpet. If the carpet in your rental has any stains, get it steam cleaned, preferably by a professional. Remember that vacuuming it alone won't be of any help at all. Other places to concentrate on include the shed, garage, sinks, cupboards, bathroom and windows.

Take Your Time

Never be in a hurry when you clean your rental. If you do a lazy and slapdash job, your landlord will know and all of your cleaning efforts will be wasted entirely -- you probably won't get your bond back. If you take your time and are diligent, you have a very strong chance of getting your money back in a prompt manner. When you make a checklist for moving out of home, careful bond cleaning should be at the very top.

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