According to the terms of the lease agreement, tenant is obligated to maintain the rental space while living in the student residence. It is also more cozy and better to live if the room and common area, when everything is in order. We've put together general recommendations and tips to help you keep tidy.
Maintenance of electronic devices
To prolong the lifespan of the electronic devices, it is important to clean them. The kitchen electronics need maintaining and cleaning - stove, refrigerator, kitchen hood and oven.
When using the stove, different food splashes may get on the surface of the cooking areas during cooking. When cleaning the hob, make sure that the hob has cooled down. Clean the hob with a damp cloth and a small amount of detergent specially meant for cleaning the hob. After cleaning, dry the hob, for example with a microfiber cloth. If, for example, molten plastic, film and food residues containing sugar gets spilt on the hob, carefully remove them immediately. Otherwise, they may damage the cooker.
If you move out of the student residence, all personal belongings must be removed from the room and apartment, and the room and common areas must be cleaned.
A tidy rental space meets the following characteristics:
- Toilet and shower room - the floor, ceiling, walls, toilet bowl, sink, faucet, mirror and other equipment are clean, the surfaces must be without of removable dirt (incl. Scale deposits).
- The kitchen - floor, ceiling, walls and all other surfaces are clean, the surfaces must be free of removable dirt (incl. Scale deposits, grease). By all surfaces is meant here also furniture (eg kitchen furniture inside and outside, tables, chairs, etc.) and electrical appliances (stove, oven, refrigerator, extractor).
- Room - all surfaces are clean. By all surfaces is meant floors, windows from the inside, window sills, furniture (eg tables, chairs, cabinets and drawers inside and outside, shelves, beds, etc.). Upon termination of the contract, all items belonging to the room (eg furniture, posters, calendars, etc.) must be removed from the room.