After you have picked out which Austin moving Company to move you out of your old home or apartment, there is no question that cleaning must occur. If you are moving out of an apartment, you will want to be sure and recoup your deposit, so you have to leave a spotless apartment. If you sold your old home or are moving out of a rental, a clean space for the new tenants/owners is not negotiable. Covering up holes in the wall with toothpaste like you did in college isn’t going to cut it either! If time and funds permit hiring a cleaning crew or maid service could be a great option. However, if “cleaning crew” means you, roll-up your sleeves and don’t forget these hard-to-clean areas.
- The Stove Top and Oven: Most ovens have a self-cleaning feature, but how often do you use it? Now is the time to actually use that self-cleaning feature. It the stove tops are removable, often they can be placed in the dishwasher!
- Baseboards and Fan Blades: Dusting is often not a top priority chore. Nevertheless, grab a microfiber cloth, ladder, whatever you need and pay attention to these overlooked spaces.
- Shower: You use the shower to get you clean, but how often do you clean it? Hard-water stains and mildew can accumulate in your shower, put in some extra elbow grease in the corners of your shower.
- Refrigerator: Who likes taking everything out of the refrigerator, wiping it down and putting everything back? Now is the perfect time to undertake cleaning out the refrigerator because everything has to be moved anyway!
Where do you forget to clean?