Things You Never Have to Do While Cleaning at the End of Tenancy

Posted: August 22, 2012 in Uncategorized
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End of tenancy cleaning is quite an exhausting and time-consuming task. Most people do it, using chemical-based detergents, in order to accomplish the tasks faster. This is very dangerous, though, and if one is not being careful he can suffer some serious health issues.

Here is a list of things that you never have to do while cleaning at the end of tenancy, offered by Move Out Cleaning:

  • First of all, never clean with commercial cleaning products without wearing rubber gloves on your hands. Most of them contain toxic ingredients, which can cause skin irritations, allergies and even burns.
  • Never clean with chemical-based detergents without a protective mask on your face. Some of these products are smothering and might cause hard-breathing. Moreover, when you finish cleaning with them, you will feel dizzy if you’ve breathed in their fumes.
  • Never mix bleach with other cleaning products, no matter if they are natural or commercial. Bleach contains chlorine, which becomes very dangerous when mixed with other elements. For examples, if you mix bleach with vinegar, you will create a chemical weapon used in World War II.
  • When you are cleaning a bathroom with detergents at the end of tenancy, never close the door of the room and always switch on the bathroom fan, so that the vapours can be pushed out.
  • Never bend over a drain, which you are unclogging with a commercial product. Some of these materials emit toxic gases, which cause hard-breathing, when poured into drains. Stay as far of the drain as possible.

The tips of Move Out Cleaning may seem a little simple, but they are very important. If you don’t want to endanger your health, I suggest that you follow them.


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