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Want to make sure your buy-to-let property is in tip-top condition for new tenants? We've made a series of videos with Harriet, owner of Calm Oasis Cleaners and Simply Business customer, to help you with basic landlord DIY tasks. Today: cleaning a stainless steel kitchen sink.
Kitchen sinks are a common pain point in buy-to-let properties, especially if your previous tenants haven't given them the care they deserve. So how can you make sure your kitchen sink is spick and span?
Our video explains how to clean a kitchen sink in easy steps. Or, if you'd prefer text, read on for a point-by-point guide.
In order to clean your kitchen sink, you'll first need to gather some tools.
Stainless steel needs a bit of extra care and attention. Follow these simple steps for an efficient way clean your stainless steel kitchen sink.
Does your property have a ceramic kitchen sink? The process is slightly different. To get your ceramic kitchen sink to shine, follow these steps:
Is your kitchen sink aluminium? Follow these steps for this sink type:
The drain is often the problem area for all sink types, and blockages can be common. Need a quick way to clean your kitchen sink drain? Follow the steps below.
We'll be bringing you a comprehensive series of buy-to-let DIY videos in the coming weeks, all of which will help you make sure your property is in great condition for prospective tenants. Stay tuned!
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