Cleaning work outside the school
The head teacher sometimes decides to rent the entire cleaning company, especially if the school building supervised by him is very large and has many classes and other rooms. Usually, prior to the start of school classes, toilet cleaning and checking the status of classes are carried out. However, after finished lessons, floors and grated hens are washed. If necessary, the person employed in the cleaning company can sweep the floor still during the school activities. From time to time, thorough school cleaning is also carried out, combined with window cleaning and flooring. In the spring and summer season, cleaning works outside the school are also carried out.
Cleaning sacred buildings
Sacral buildings, depending on their size and the degree of historicity, can be cleaned by special cleaning teams using their own specialized equipment and by the faithful belonging to one of the parishes where the church building is located. In the latter case, weekly cleaning hours are usually set, within which subsequent families are involved in cleaning the church. Usually, such cleaning of the church takes place on Saturdays in the morning. Large vacuum cleaners are used, adapted to work in large rooms, brooms and mops as well as buckets and a different size of cloth, as well as floor cleaning liquids and wood cleaning agents.
Polishing the blinds
Window blinds are usually cleaned during window cleaning, however, in winter, indoor blinds can be cleaned regardless of weather conditions outside. By cleaning the blinds and rubbing the interior pane in the home room, it can be made a little brighter and more pleasantly. It must be borne in mind that especially in those houses where central coal heating is used, dust and dust can settle on the blinds. Therefore, when cleaning the blinds in the first place, you will need to clean them and then polish them. For this purpose, you will be able to use various cleaning agents for blinds available in stores. These include, for example, popular dust abrasives.