Completing End-of-Lease Cleaning
Ensuring a Spotless Transition

Here are some "Completing End-of-Lease Cleaning" tips presented in a table format:

Cleaning AreaTips
General Cleaning- Gather necessary cleaning supplies
- Create a cleaning schedule or checklist
- Start cleaning from top to bottom
- Pay attention to often overlooked areas
Kitchen Cleaning- Clean appliances (oven, refrigerator, microwave)
- Wipe down countertops and cabinets
- Degrease stove and range hood
- Clean sink and fixtures
- Sweep and mop the floor
Bathroom Cleaning- Scrub and disinfect the toilet
- Clean the bathtub or shower
- Remove soap scum from tiles and glass surfaces
- Polish mirrors and faucets
- Sweep and mop the floor
Living Areas and Bedrooms Cleaning- Dust and wipe down surfaces (tables, shelves, windowsills)

- Vacuum or clean carpets and rugs
- Clean windows and window coverings
- Remove any scuff marks from walls
- Empty and clean out closets and storage spaces
Flooring and Carpets- Sweep or vacuum all floors

- Mop hard floors with appropriate cleaning solution
- Deep clean carpets (consider professional cleaning if necessary)
Final Touches- Check for any missed spots or areas
- Remove any personal belongings and trash
- Repair any damages, if required
- Document the cleanliness of the property (photos)

Remember, these tips can be customized based on your specific needs and the requirements outlined in your lease agreement.

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