Cleaning your Carpets
Bond Cleaning on the Gold Coast can organise your carpet cleaning in conjunction with our services. If you have taken up this option, this is coordinated with the carpet cleaner to happen after the clean. This is the second last step in completing your bond clean process.
Information from the RTA with regards to Cleaning Carpets.
“At the end of a tenancy the tenant must leave the property in the same condition it was in at the start of the tenancy, apart from fair wear and tear.
If the carpets were cleaned to a certain standard at the start of the tenancy (e.g. steam cleaned) the tenant must ensure the carpets are cleaned to that same standard (e.g. steam cleaned) at the end of the tenancy.
However, the property manager/owner cannot require the tenant to:
- leave the property in a better condition than it was in at the start of the tenancy (e.g. require carpets to be steam cleaned when this wasn’t done before they moved in)
- purchase goods or services (e.g. a carpet cleaning service)
- use a specific carpet cleaning service
- pay a set fee for carpet cleaning
These are offences under the Act.”
For deep stains, blot with a clean towel, and repeat until towel remains clean.
If spill is on the carpet tips, work material out by gently rubbing in one direction rather than blotting, which might drive the stain deeper.
If stain persists, blot with soapy water and rinse; repeat.