Is anyone able to help? Our letting agent are claiming £300 of cleaning was needed on our rented property that we’ve just left. They’ve sent photos of some rust on the oven claiming an oven genius was needed to come out. They’ve sent photos of stains on mattresses but they were there beforehand as we’ve always used mattress protectors. And they actually sent a picture of a tap which has a tiny water mark on it saying it’s not good enough standard. They’ve claimed £56 was needed for cleaning (it’s a two bed flat and takes no more than an hour to clean) £70 for mattress cleaners even though we’ve always had mattress protectors on, and £60 for an oven genius! We don’t have before pictures of the mattress/oven etc so don’t know how I’ll prove that these are the same standard if not better as when we moved in. Any advice would be great! I’m sick of this letting agency as they’ve been nothing but horrible human beings since we moved in. Does anyone know what steps to take?
Love a tidy kitchen 💆🏼♀️ (apart from the washing up drying!) Starting to enjoy my kitchen more, using it more as a social space is nice 🤗🤗 Wanted to buy the Stenstorp shelf from @ikeauk for my tea canisters, to put them on the wall.. but it has become discontinued in my local Ikea (Sheffield!)😩 any ideas what I could do instead?
It’s persimmon season in the South!! The American persimmon is much smaller and squishier than Japanese persimmons you may find in the grocery store. These babies are nature’s candy, but only if you gather the really ripe ones! Even a slightly underripe fruit will give you a gnarly case of cotton mouth. . . My guidelines for gathering persimmons are: gather the ones that are soft, but make sure the skin is not broken anywhere. If the crown has fallen off that’s fine as long as the flesh has not been exposed. I just don’t want to find a persimmon is full of bugs after I have bitten into it 😬