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Welcome to part 3 of our MOVING SERIES – Melissa’s Moving Guide!

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Back to our Moving Series here on Clean My Space and in this video we’re going to do a move-in cleaning routine at Lucas’ new condo! Be sure to watch the other videos in our moving series here:

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44 thoughts on “Move-in Cleaning Routine! (Clean My Space)

  1. Denise Mackereth says:

    In a new home bathroom cleaned first. In a home that I have lived in for awhile I can't choose one over the other. Bathroom and kitchen are both equally important to keep clean.

  2. Miriam Bucholtz says:

    Neither room. I am a total control freak when it comes to cleaning and I will not impose my way on anyone who would clean for me, so I'd rather do it myself. That said, what do you mean, spray and wipe a bathroom before you move in and use it? I have always used a bucket, soap, Clorox, hot water, and rags with texture to them. I used to be an apartment building superintendent, and I used these same methods when prepping vacancies. The spraying and wiping are fine after I've done the initial cleaning.

  3. Mahtaz Din says:

    When I moved in old apartment. I used alcohol to clean everthing. Than put roach gel ever where. And rat trap. Told. Manager to bome the place. Too. Cuz I hate roaches. And scared of them.

  4. JillyBean860 says:

    These are great tips! Great video!!
    And kudos for mentioning that it's best to maybe just get a new toilet seat. They're cheap! The last thing I'd want is to use someone else's toilet seat 🤢

  5. Alia says:

    bathroom,, when i moved in to a new house, i gave the bathroom a wash with clorox. ,,, since it was being used by Dont know who…bt i had a hard time breathing in there

  6. Shani Pinnock says:

    Hey love your channel – this video is very helpful as I am moving into a new home next week!
    Have a question on the white vinegar , is the one you use 5% or 6% , I have been told 6% is recommended for cleaning but I am struggling to find a 6% here in the UK
    Thanks

  7. Michael Haas says:

    I love your videos! I’ve learned so much about how to deep clean and how to help keep our space tidy. Recently, my spouse and I became new home owners, but (shortly after) learned that the previous owner had a pretty significant problem with mice. Repairs to the home, traps, and two cats have helped to eliminate the mouse problem but we are still dealing with the aftermath of clean up. I was hoping you might have some tips for safely and effectively cleaning cabinets as well as applicances like ovens/stoves. I’ve seen your videos on typical cleaning of these areas; however, (given the unique health hazards presented by vermin) we’d appreciate any tips to help get our new home back to the standard level of cleanliness we’ve grown accustom. Thanks!

  8. Jay Tee says:

    Perfect.
    I'm moving in about 3 weeks and this video helps point me in the right direction.
    Most of it is common sense, but getting some direction on the order in which things should be done is what I needed.
    Thank you. ❤

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