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How To Manage Bond Cleaning Tasks During Christmas?

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How To Manage Bond Cleaning Tasks During Christmas?
  • Chloe Wilson
  • Nov 19 2021
Are you moving out of a rented property in the middle of the festive season? This can be a taxing situation for many people because you have to manage the entire end of lease cleaning process and Christmas shopping, and other things.

Your friends might have invited you for the Christmas party or you are not getting the time slot for professionals due to public holidays. The best thing you can do is to manage your bond cleaning tasks according to your schedule.

Plan and prepare everything at least 7-8 weeks before your final move out and fix the property damage before hiring seasoned experts for a meticulous bond cleaning in Brisbane. This will give you peace of mind, and you can enjoy the festive season.

Here are some fantastic ways to manage your bond cleaning chores during Christmas:

1. De-clutter Your Rooms

Before getting into the cleaning process, make sure you de-clutter the entire home. It is good to get rid of personal items you no longer need. You can inspect all the rooms, check closets, the kitchen cabinets, cupboards, drawers, etc.

Make a list of items you no longer need. You can donate it to a  local charity or sell items online.

2. Arrange Cleaning Supplies Ahead of Time

Are you running at the end of your tenancy during Christmas? If you want to celebrate the festival, then prepare everything in advance. Arrange all the cleaning supplies ahead of time so that you can spruce up the entire property without any delay. Make sure you have the following tools and products:

  • Microfiber cloths
  • Sponges and scrubbing pads
  • A vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment
  • Paper towel
  • Spray bottles
  • Buckets
  • A microfiber mop
  • An old toothbrush
  • Multi-purpose cleaner (white vinegar, warm water, liquid dishwashing soap, and a few drops of essential oil)
  • Baking soda
  • A broom and dustpan

3. Start with Your Kitchen

Christmas is all about enjoying delicious meals, cakes and other dishes with family, friends and loved ones. If you are moving out of a rented property during Christmas, make sure you deep clean your kitchen. It is one of the dirtiest rooms in a house and can harbour harmful germs and bacteria.

It is good to remove dust, dirt and grime from the cupboards, cabinets. Remove spills, splatters, built-up grease and stubborn stains from countertops, a stovetop, kitchen appliances (microwave, oven, refrigerator and a dishwasher). Clean and disinfect the sink, faucets and floors.

4. Deep Clean Your Bathroom

This is the busiest time of the year, especially if you are at the end of your tenancy. You can clean the premises according to the REIQ-approved checklist and leave no stone unturned to impress your fussy landlord.

Make sure you deep clean your bathroom from top to bottom. Get rid of stubborn stains, soap scum, mould, mildew, bad smell, etc from surfaces like a showerhead, glass door, bathtub, toilet, tiles, grout lines, walls, sinks, faucets, etc. Also, clean the walls and floors thoroughly before the rental inspection.

Use eco-friendly products, such as white vinegar and baking soda, to bring back the shiny look of your bathroom surfaces.

5. Wash Windows

It is one of the most overlooked tasks because people have other important things, such as washing floors, vacuuming carpets, etc. However, if you want to secure your full bond money, then wash windows, inside and out.

First, remove the accumulated dust, dirt and grime from the glass, sills and frames using a vacuum cleaner or an old toothbrush. After that, apply a white vinegar solution and run a squeegee to remove stains and excess solution. This will leave your windows in sparkling condition.

You can also prefer hiring trained bond cleaners in Brisbane to pass the rental inspection without any dispute.

6. Pay Attention to Difficult-to-Reach Areas

Apart from cleaning your bathroom walls, kitchen countertops and carpets, make sure you deep clean the hard-to-reach areas. You can use a proper dusting tool with an extendable handle to remove dust from the cabinet top, ceiling fan, walls, etc.

Use an old toothbrush to get into the tight areas, like the door tracks, window frames, sills, etc. Also, clean the area beneath the heavy furniture and kitchen appliances.

7. Hire Professionals in Advance

If your tenancy is ending during Christmas, then hire a good bond cleaning company in advance. Finding the right company during the holiday season is not only difficult, but you may also end up paying more- which is not good if you are running low on budget.

So, you can book professional cleaners at least 4 weeks ahead of your final property inspection.


Christmas is the festive time when your kids prepare for a grand party, and you plan to meet old friends and family members, etc. Nobody wants to move out from a leased apartment during this time of year. If you are left with no option, then consider these tips and manage your bond cleaning tasks during the festive season.