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  1. Dust off cobwebs, high areas, ledges, corners and skirting boards.
  2. Clean light fixtures and removable vent covers.
  3. Dry dust walls with brush tool to flick off dust.
  4. Wash and dry doors, door and windows frames, ledges, and skirting boards.
  5. Add toilet cleaner, light scrub, disinfect toilet and surrounds, let sit.
  6. Clean shower cubical.
  7. Scrub bathtub and wipe clean surrounds.
  8. Clean toilet and surrounds.
  9. Clean/Wipeout vanity basins, surface tops and cupboards fronts.
  10. Empty and change bins.
  11. Tidy up the area.
  12. Vacuum and mop floors.
  1. Dust off cobwebs, high areas, ledges, corners and skirting boards.
  2. Clean light fixtures and removable vent covers.
  3. Dry dust walls with brush tool to flick off dust.
  4. Wash and dry doors, door and windows frames, ledges, and skirting boards.
  5. Spot clean/wash wall if required.
  6. Clean and streak-free polish wall fixtures including power points, switches, mirrors/glass, handles.
  7. Change/make beds (Change sheet on one complimentary bed and other bed changes are at additional charges)
  8. Dust and wipe down furniture.
  9. Dust and vacuum upholstery (if vacuum is provided).
  10. Wipe down stair balustrades.
  11. Empty, spray and wipe, then reline bin.
  12. Tidy up presentation.
  13. Vacuum and mop floors.
  14. Use vacuum nozzle for edges and corners.
  15. Wring mop as dry as possible and mop all floor surface evenly.
  16. Use appropriate type of mop and chemical for flooring surface
  17.  
  1. Cobweb and high dust, include light fixtures and ringer.
  2. Wash and dry door, door ledges, frame.
  3. Clean and polish glass parts of door, knobs, lock, and door ringer.
  4. Shake doormat.
  5. Sweep and mop (If time allows)
  1. Dust off cobwebs, high areas, ledges, corners and skirting boards.
  2. Clean light fixtures and removable vent covers.
  3. Dry dust walls with brush tool to flick off dust.
  4. Strip clean oven.
  5. Scrub-clean, dry internal oven.
  6. Scrub-clean and dry racks and tray.
  7. Reassemble racks properly.
  8. Clean and polish external oven including control switches/knobs/panels.
  9. Clean range hood.
  10. Clean, dry and polish range hood control switches/knobs/panels.
  11. Strip-clean stove top.
  12. Clean, dry and polish stove top, control switches/knobs/panels.
  13. Clean and dry hobs, rings, grates.
  14. Reassemble stove accessories accordingly.
  15. Clean, dry, and polish splashback and surrounds.
  16. Clean down appliances as per regular standards.
  17. Internal and external microwave oven, kettle, toaster (tray and catcher), external casing of coffee machine.
  18. Wash and dry doors, door and windows frames, ledges, and skirting boards.
  19. Spot clean/wash wall where required.
  20. Clean and streak-free polish wall fixtures including power points, switches, mirrors/glass, towel holders, handles.
  21. Wash and dry all surfaces: bench tops, cupboard fronts, kick-panels, base boards.
  22. Clean countertops and underneath containers and ornaments/appliances permitted to be moved safely.
  23. Empty, spray and wipe, then reline bin.
  24. Wash hands.
  25. Load the washer/Clear sink.
  26. Scrub-clean, dry and polish, sink, drain, tapware and surrounds.
  27. Scrub-clean, dry and polish tapware, sink, and drain free of scum, mould, and debris.
  28. Tidy up presentation.
  29. Vacuum and mop floors.
  30. Use vacuum nozzle for edges and corners.
  31. Wring mop as dry as possible and mop all floor surface evenly.
  32. Use appropriate type of mop and chemical for flooring surface
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