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.
Usually, after a general renovation of the house, thorough cleaning needs to be carried out. More and more people are renting a cleaning company with specialist equipment to carry out such cleaning. Her works include vacuuming floors using special vacuum cleaners that reduce the amount of dust in the house. After this thorough vacuuming you can only wash off all floors. The kitchen and bathroom are also cleaned, these rooms usually also need to be well ventilated after the work. At the same time, heavily soiled windows are washed very precisely. Usually, the first dirt is wiped off the first dirt with wet cloths and then cleaned with the use of window washing liquids.
A hallway is a home room through which all people enter the house, therefore every now and then it requires more thorough cleaning. During such cleaning, the hens are dusted using various rags and vacuum cleaner. After removing the mud and dust from the floor, it is thoroughly washed out using not only strong but also well-smelling agents. Depending on the type of floor, it will be the means for washing the tiles or means for cleaning the panels. Even more often in the hall exactly the shoes of all household members are ordered and arranged. Those of them that are not needed during one of the seasons are elevated to another room.
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