Cleaning the school building
Cleaning of the school building is done by the janitor or the janitor who every day stays in school during lessons. They also try to take care of students' safety, especially in changing rooms and rooms, where children eat a second breakfast or lunches. In larger schools, sometimes clean crews are employed that take care of cleanliness. Every day they sweep the corridors, wash the floors and throw out rubbish, while at specified intervals they also deal with window cleaning, fine grating of the dust and pasturing of the floors. In the spring-summer and autumn period, the school area is also cleaned. If necessary, the grass is mown, swept pavements and undercut tree branches.
Cleaning the basement in a block
Cleaning the blocks is often done by a cleaning company rented by the administration of the building. Its standard activities include rubbing the dust on the staircase, sweeping and washing floors and stairs. Twice a year, he also performs window cleaning and thorough cleaning of the attic. Then, the residents of the block are obliged to remove all items from the attic that could lead to a fire and are simply unnecessary at this point, and the cleaning company carries out thorough cleaning related to the attic ventilation. After a certain period of time, thorough cleaning of basements, especially public areas located in the basement, is also carried out.
Cleaning the inside of the car
Currently, a lot of people use car washes, but for fast car washing, home methods are also used to keep the vehicle clean. It uses water coming from a garden hose or buckets, as well as cheap shower gels or car wash liquids, upholstery cleaners, vacuum cleaner and various sponges and cloths. Thanks to them, our car can be well cleaned, both from the outside and from the inside. The interior of the car is usually vacuumed, then the car liner and covers are removed, which can be cleaned in the sun and even washed in the washing machine. On the other hand, from the outside, the car is well-sprinkled with water, then cleaned and sometimes wiped dry and even polished.