How to Choose Between the Two Cleaning Methods

Posted on Aug 1 2011 at 03:48:06 PM in House & Garden

Having a big party at the end of the tenancy could be a mixed blessing with lots of surprises waiting to appear. At first sight it is one of those things that make the week important, significant, meaningful. On the other hand, the end of the party is usually followed by many, not so pleasant, procedures that can literally steal away your wonderful party mood. Of course, I am talking about the final cleaning of the accommodation.



Basically, there are two main approaches for dealing with all the dirt and the stains left behind : 



Cleaning by yourself.

Hiring a post tenancy cleaner company to clean because of you. 


However, there is no proper and wrong ways of doing this cleaning. Both methods can bring  the results that you want. The difference will be much more visible when you look at your watch and wallet. I mean that the duration and the costs for these two procedures are different.



If you decide, that you are not going to make your hands dirty or you feel lazy, tired or something like that, you can easily call professional cleaners. However, their services are not provided for free but at least you can be sure in the final result.



On the contrary, if you believe nobody but yourself and want to deal with every single, little problem by yourself, then you should clean everything using your own hands. This means that you will need some cleaning detergents, cleaning tools, sponges, mops and similar things. The benefit of this is the clue that you will have about what and how to clean, so at the end of the day you will know how precisely  spotless is your house.



So, choosing between cleaning by yourself or hiring post tenancy cleaners for the job does not really make any difference. You just have to decide what you can afford and what you actually want and then go for it.


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Author: lisaheader
Created: Aug 1 2011 at 03:48:06 PM
Updated: Aug 3 2011 at 09:26:31 AM
Category: House & Garden
Language: English