Leaving a bond can be a tough business and if you're not careful, you may end up with a measly return on the initial bond you received when you left the premises.
Now is the time to start thinking about how to make sure you get a bond return in full. With some perspective useful reference, you can ensure that you do everything possible to return the final bond for cleaning in full.
The first thing you need to do is clean up the document organizer and find the checklist you received when you moved. It shows the status of all the windows, carpets, walls, and fittings inside when you apply. This will give you a good idea of the conditions of the place when you first enter.
You should aim for once your final lease is clean. If there is a stain on the wall or carpet when applied, and it is properly marked on the bedspread, then there is nothing to worry about. Just focus on the difference between what's on the sheet and what's in your house.
Damaged items often lead to solid storage with landlords. Therefore, it is often best to replace them before you go to the landlord, as you will often incur higher costs simply by replacing basic items like trays for ice, missing lights, and screws, etc.
Don't let these little things affect your cleaning deposit at the end of the lease. They should be simple and easy to maintain when you drive to the nearest hardware store.