The rental market is becoming more competitive, so it's more important than ever that your property is in tip-top condition.
We’ve put together a series of DIY videos with Harriet, owner of Calm Oasis Cleaners and a Simply Business customer, to help you make sure that your rental property is gleaming for prospective tenants.
Knowing how to clean a toilet and brush is an essential skill for anyone wanting to have their property snapped up – nothing put tenants off more than seeing a stain or limescale-clad bowl.
Easy to buy products such as a basic toilet brush, bleach, and antibacterial cleaner will help you get yours in shape.
The process is a quick and it's relatively simple way to deal with all but the toughest stains. Here, Harriet will talk you through the process and offer insider tips to get maximum sparkle.
If you prefer written instructions then keep reading for our step-by-step guide.
Hopefully any previous tenant will have regularly cleaned the toilet they used. Even if they didn’t, though, this process will help you get it looking as good as new:
Don't want to use bleach, or don't have any to hand? There are some alternative cleaning fluids you can use to get your toilet sparkling.
Vinegar is good for getting tough stains out of toilet bowls. Cover the bowl in vinegar, then scrub hard. Repeat this process every couple of weeks to avoid buildups of limescale.
Baking soda is a good solution for hard water stains. Mix with water or vinegar then scrub with a toilet brush to remove stubborn hard water stains.
Looking for other ways to make sure your property is the best it can be? Stay tuned for more DIY videos on Simply Business in the coming weeks.
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