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It’s easy to miss important cleaning tasks while cleaning their homes for new guests.

Never assume that guests will clean up after themselves, even if you are lucky enough to get a few rounds of tidy renters. It is super important to make sure you are at your property the day guests leave to check how much cleaning will be necessary and to check for any damages. Surprises are not always pleasant, specifically when there is a great pile of dirty dishes and towels or an overflowing garbage can.

Attempting to clean your entire vacation rental in just a few hours is setting yourself up for a horrible, stressful day. It’s unprofessional and disrespectful to rush through cleaning up for guests who are expecting an immaculate vacation home. Rental places can easily be passed over for a hotel room that is cleaned daily; instead, guests have chosen you to be their host.

A scheduled routine prompts action and eventually becomes habitual. Preparing in advance and sticking to a clear post-guest process reduces stress for both you and your guests.

LuxuryPad will not only clean your home for you but we will have all cleaners scheduled ahead of time. Our team of highly skilled and professional cleaners are the eyes and ears of LuxuryPad, constantly on the lookout for damages, needs and upgrades. Our trained staff will immediately text us a photo of any damage and LuxuryPad staffers will work towards a resolution with the guests through Airbnb and VRBO by taking out what is necessary from security deposits and ensuring the replacement of the broken/missing items.


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