Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Cleaning Recipes for Your Moving Out Cleaning

  If you have finally decided to leave your old apartment and move into a new one, then you will definitely have to think about cleaning. Do not forget that this is something you need to think about earlier because if you leave it for the last moment you can have some problems.

  We are used to do the cleaning by ourselves but moving out from an apartment is stressful enough so the idea of hiring end of tenancy cleaning doesn't look bad at all. Anyway, if you insist to handle this tough task by yourself, here are some useful cleaning recipes.

  Tile cleaner – Mix 3 tablespoons liquid soap with half cup baking soda. Scrub tiles using a sponge and rinse.

  Oven cleaner – Mix baking soda and hot water. It will become a paste which you can sponge onto the stain.

  Floor cleaner – Pour half cup vinegar into 1 gallon hot water and add 1 tablespoon liquid soap. Clean the floor with the solution.

  Refrigerator freshener – This is the easiest recipe ever. All you need to do is leave an open box of baking soda in the fridge. Put it there in the evening and there won't be any bad odours in the morning.

  Drain cleaner – In case the drain needs cleaning just pour ¼ cup baking soda into it and half cup vinegar after that. Close the drain for a while to spot fizzing and pour 2 quarts of boiling water.

  These eco-friendly recipes will help you handle the move out cleaning at the end of your tenancy.


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