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Organized housecleaning 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.
Laying shoes in the hallway 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.
Cleaning hospital wards
Hospital administrators pay great attention to the fact that they should be properly cleaned.
That is why practically every day hospital wards are cleaned.
Usually in the morning the corridors and floors in all hospital rooms are washed away and in the evenings the hospital corridors are washed away again.
In addition, all patient cabinets and window sills and taps located in some rooms are cleaned.
Hospital bathrooms and toilets are also cleaned.
Particular attention is paid to the need to disinfect hospital sanitary facilities and to dry bathroom floors so that no patients slip on them.
Liquid soap dispensers and toilet paper containers are also supplemented.