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Cleaning Tips

Hints on Getting your Bond Back

1. Firstly we always recommend tenants take photos of the condidtion of their new propery when moving in.

2. It is prefered by property managers that you get a professional cleaner to do your end of lease clean, A Cut Above Cleaning and Gardening specialize in Bond Cleaning

3. Request firmly that you be present with your property agent for the final inspection

4. Know your rights and responcibilities as a tentant, dont be bullied, look up your rights on the Rental Tenancy Authority's Website or call their hotline for advice.

5. Be aware that 'reasonable wear and tear' is allowed

6. Request the final inspection be taken out in the 24 hours following the end of lease clean being completed, as this will give you the highest chance of not having dust settle on surfaces and the clean being within the guarentee of A Cut Above Cleaning.

7. Insist of repairing or re cleaning and items that are not up to standard, you should have three days to do this work.


 

Carpet Care

1. if you spill or stain your carpet plese follow these few simple rules to help to remove spills with a minimum of fuss.

2. Prompt action is esential to get spills cleaned up before it sets. Make sure you scrap up all of the excess materials firstly, 90% of all spills can be removed without staining your carpet if they are tackled at once with water and the 'BLOT UP' method of stain removal. the 'blot up' method of removing spilled materials consists of absorbing the spill so nothing is left in the carpet. Any clean and absorbent cloth will act like a blotter if pressed firmly against the spilled material. In affect you are transfering the stain from the carpet to the cloth, DO NOT RUB, as rubbing will only spread the stain, instead place solvent on the cloth and press against the stain firmly. for surface stains press down and hold, for deeper stains place a weight on the cloth and allow some time for stain to be absorbed.

3. Keep Cleaning materials on hand ready to use

4.  Try to identify what caused the stain and remove it following directions carefully