With only a day or two to go before your clean you don’t have much time to get ready. Keeping in mind that you have limited time, below are some key areas that I suggest you focus on when using this book.
If you haven’t already, buy and download The Bond Clean Book now by clicking on the below button, then save it to your phone.
It could be the difference between getting your bond back or not.
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The Bond Clean Book is designed to make it quick and easy for you to skip to the area/s that matter most to you now. And everything can be found via the Main Contents page …
Main Contents Page
Open the book and go straight to the Main Contents page (page 4).
From here, all you need to do is TAP on the area you want, and it will skip straight there for you …
When you finish reading that area just TAP the “Back to Contents” button at the end of each topic and it will bring you back to the Main Contents page …
The first key area to TAP is Your Bond Clean Checklist …
Your Bond Clean Checklist
The Bond Clean Checklist is an important tool when you are doing your own bond clean.
This one includes everything that a very detailed property manager would expect you to clean.
From the Main Contents page, TAP on the last item – “Your Bond Clean Checklist” …
Print the checklist and familiarise yourself with it. Tick off items during your clean and remember to double check everything before you mop the floors.
Already packed the printer … screen shot the checklist for quick easy reference.
After you have printed (or screen shot) the checklist, TAP on the “Back to Contents” button at the bottom of the page …
Products & Equipment
If you have time, flick through these pages, with a pen and paper, and write down anything you don’t already have. Go and buy them from your local supermarket or hardware store.
From the Main Contents page, TAP on “Products & Equipment” …
Here is a quick list of what you may need, to get you through the clean. The Step by Step Guides will show you how to use them:
Wash cloths | Drying cloths | Some kind of Spray & Wipe – a squirt of dishwashing liquid with water in a spray bottle will do the trick | Oven cleaner spray | Bleach – the thick kind is best | Jif – for heavy duty cleaning | Glass cleaner spray | Window cleaner brush/squeegee | Floor cleaner | An old toothbrush (surprisingly handy) | Scrubbing brush (for tile grout) | Thick steel wool (for the oven) | Toilet brush | Vacuum and Mop
This may look like a big list, but you probably have most of these already. Write a list of what you don’t have and duck to the shops.
Put your cleaning gear in a corner somewhere, so that no one packs it.
Step By Step Guides
Grab your Bond Clean Checklist. Have a look at each item and make a note of any areas you think you are going to need some help with. These are the areas you will want to look for in the Step By Step Guides.
To find the Guides you want, go back to the Main Contents page and TAP on “Step By Step Guides” …
The Steps in every Guide include a description and a pic (taken during real bond cleans) so you can see exactly what I use and how I use it to get excellent results, regardless of the condition of the property.
Have a look through the 2 pages of Guides and get to know where the Guides are that you need help with. If you have time, read through the Guides that matter to get an idea on what you are going to need to do.
To do this just TAP on the Guide and it will jump straight to it …
When you finish a Guide, TAP on the “Back to Guides” button at the end of the Guide to go back to the Guides Menus …
Leave the book on the Guides Menu page so you can just refer back to your phone when doing the clean.
This is only a quick overview as you don’t have a lot of time. If you want to see more features and options on how to use The Bond Clean Book, I recommend checking out the Planning Ahead section here > Planning Ahead
Now that you have The Bond Clean Book you can TAP through it at any time and you will be more than ready for your next bond clean.
You are ready to go … time to pack some more boxes!
Good luck with your move.