It is the joy of every Adelaide homeowner to move into a new home, especially if where he/she is moving to is an upgrade from where they are coming from. However, cleaning the new residence, especially the Bathrooms Adelaide home sellers have left, to be moved into, in particular, can be a hassle especially where the home is not a new building. Individuals that previously occupied what is about to become the new abode of another might not have done a decent job in making sure that it is left clean and reasonably habitable for whoever comes in after them.
Often, the major areas of concern when it comes to cleaning up a new home are the bathrooms, the kitchen and then, the other rooms can follow on the list of concerns. It is agreed that the cleanliness of the former two cannot be overemphasized.
The cost of buying a new home, coupled with that of moving is overwhelming, and it definitely pokes a hole in your pocket. Therefore, you may not want to hire experts to come in and clean the house and to save money, decide to do the cleaning by yourself.
Cleaning a bathrooms Adelaide home sellers have left is not one of the easiest chores around, and it is surely not fun to do. The following is a step-by-step procedure that can be followed in the thorough cleaning of bathrooms Adelaide homes are sold with.
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- Sweep out the bathroom to get rid of all the grime and dirt. The house may not have been occupied in a while so, cobwebs and dust most likely would have taken over the corners of the bathroom. Adelaide homeowners can do this easily.
- Douse the bathtub, walls, sink, WC and floor with a generous quantity of the anti-bacterial cleaning agent. You should ensure that the cleaning agent spreads through the surfaces evenly so as to allow it work effectively on every part.
It is generally suggested that products based on vinegar or bicarbonate of soda be used as they aid in the effective whitening of ceramic surfaces.
- Let the cleaning agent sit on the surfaces for a few minutes.
- The work begins here. Scrub the surfaces vigorously with an abrasive sponge, making sure all edges and corners are reached.
For corners difficult to reach with the sponge, you can employ the use of aa narrow-bristled brush. Like an old toothbrush.
- After ensuring that all surfaces doused have been thoroughly scrubbed, you can now rinse, working from top to bottom. That means that the walls get washed down first, to the sink, the WC and then the tub.
Rinsing should be properly done.
- After ensuring that the surfaces have been thoroughly rinsed. You can now mop up the floors and leave the bathroom so as to allow it to dry.