For the most part, it is the landlord’s responsibility to clean the floors in a rental property after you vacate – as long as the carpet only suffers from normal wear and tear.
However, if there is damage as a result of the renter’s negligence, the renter may have to pay for the cleaning of the carpet. Especially if the carpet in a rental is extremely dirty or damaged, the landlord can require the tenant to pay for cleaning. Especially for:
- Major stains
- Signs of oil spillage
- Paint or animal urine on the carpet
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