End of lease cleaning is the process of removing all dust, stains, and dirt from all parts of the property at the time of finishing lease. Eco-friendly end of lease cleaning doesn’t harm to your family and you can easily move into your rental property.
The kitchen has oil droplets on the stovetop, cupboard, backsplash, skirting board, exhaust fans, and floor surfaces. Sometimes. it’s neglected during regular cleaning. Professional end of lease cleaners can pay attention to these areas very carefully. Tenants can remove oil and grease from the kitchen by using basic ingredients from their kitchen.
Remove oil and grease with the help of vinegar
- Add 1/3 off vinegar and 2/3 of water in a spray bottle.
- Simply cover the area with this mixture and leave it for some time
- Wipe down the area with the fibre cloth or scrubber.
- Repeat the process if required. You can combine 50% vinegar and 50% water for extra oily surfaces.
Use Baking soda to remove oil
- Dust some baking soda on the kitchen top or oven. Few drops of water, vinegar will remove oils quickly.
- Scrub the surface with the sponge, use brush for the hard surfaces.
- Wipe down with the wet cloths and clean the surface.
- Repeat this process multiple times to remove oil completely.
Apply Dish washing liquid to remove the oil
Dish washing liquid is a mild version of the chemical. It works well to remove oil very quickly.
- Dilute some dish washing liquid and water in a spray bottle
- Apply this mixture with the sponge on the oily surface. leave it for a few minutes.
- Wipe down with the fibre cloth or a sponge.
- Scrub and rinse well to finish the process