1. Clean All Hard Surfaces (Walls, Floors, Cabinets)
Wipe down all hard surfaces with a damp cloth to remove dust and debris.
2. Vacuum the Carpets
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dirt and grime from the carpets.
3. Wash Windows
Use a glass cleaner to make sure that windows are free of fingerprints and streaks.
4. Dust Window Sills and Baseboards
Use a damp cloth or duster to wipe down these areas.
5. Clean Appliances
Wipe down the refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher, etc., with soap and water to remove any grease or food residue left behind by previous tenants.
6. Clean Bathrooms
Scrub the shower, sink, and toilet with a cleaning solution to make sure all areas are disinfected.
7. Clean Light Fixtures and Ceiling Fans
Use a damp cloth to wipe away dust from ceiling fans and light fixtures.
8. Change Air Filters
Replace any air filters that are dirty or clogged with new ones to ensure clean air circulation throughout the property.
9. Check Smoke Detectors
Test each smoke detector to make sure they're in working order.
10. Inspect for Damage
Make sure there's no damage or signs of wear that need repairs before welcoming new tenants.