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.
Throwing away old clothes
Clothes that are in the home wardrobe sometimes need to be rearranged and suspended. When you put your clothes into the closet after washing, some of them may be crumpled and others fall off the hanger, so you have to constantly place them in other places. Every now and then a review of clothes is carried out, during which old clothes are thrown out, which we have not managed to wash or have long ago walked in, but only translate them to a different place after each wash. Such clothes can also be collected by us in some place, and then packed in bags and displayed in front of the house during the collection of clothing. Similarly with old shoes, which sometimes we have a dozen or so pairs of, and just look at them and throw them away.
Cleaning tiles in sanitation
Sanitary rooms are located in shopping malls, hospitals, schools and many public buildings. All such rooms must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Most often on the floors of such rooms there are tiles that are swept and wiped every day, while during larger rooms they can be vacuumed and cleaned using more powerful means. Cleaning crews employed in such rooms also try to clean the sanitary facilities themselves and check their general condition on a daily basis. Special attention is paid to sanitary devices installed in hospitals, because they are used by many people struggling with various diseases.