Additions to tenancy agreement

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12 years ago
My property is in an area with hardwater so suffers from limescale. Despite advising tenants to regularly clean the bathroom and kitchen with limescale remover, they have left it. Therefore leaving a build up on limescale which is time consuming to remove. I am not sure this is something I can deduct from the deposit, but would like to include it in the agreement forcing them to keep limescale to a minimum.

Is this possible to do?

Additional, there was s problem with mold from condensation in the property which has been dealt with. Again I want to avoid this happening again, so want to include something in the agreement about keeping rooms aired, etc.

I would be grateful for any advice on how to deal with these 2 issues, as both cost time and money to deal with.

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