What sort of household cleaning items do you need here and how much they cost
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A brand new vacum cleaner (a big one) costs around $299-$599 at Godfreys and Harvey Norman. But you buy a handheld one for $60-$80
Irons- they cost around $100-$150 ( a good one that is)
You’ll also need an ironing board- but you can probably get your parents to send it to you from overseas for free or otherwise you can buy one from Daiso
Pegs- you’ll need them to hang out the washing on the line- Pegs if you buy them at a $2 shop is around $2 per packet.
Clothes racks- you could get your parents to send it to you or you can buy them from Daiso for $2.80
Mops- they are around $10 But if you buy it at Daiso in the city its about $2.80
Dustpan and broom- you can bring it from home for free
Toilet Cleaner- is around $5-$6 per bottle and you can buy this at the supermarket. Most airline do not allow you to bring this from home.
Laundry powder- ( you cannot bring this from home as airlines don’t allow this). But you can buy it from Preston market for about $10 for 10 kgs. 10 Kgs will last a while.
Dishwashing detergent- this also isn’t allowed to be brought from home. We love Morning fresh detergent as they are gentle on dishes.
Finish Dishwashing tablets about $20- $40 for a huge pack
Sponges- $4-$5 per pack of 3 or 4 and you will need these a bit during your stay in Aus
Scourer- $4-$5 per pack of 3 or 4. These can be used to get rid of grime and mould
Gloves (for those ones with sensitive skin)- $5-$6, but you can also buy this at Daiso for about $2.80
Laundry Basket- You can bring it from home. But if not, you can buy this from Daiso for about $2.80.
Cloth- the Vileda ones are pretty good and will keep for a while. they are around $3-$4 at the Supermarket. You can also bring it from home.