Washing windows before winter
Although home housewives love to wash windows in the summer, however, summer storms and gale are conducive to dirty windows and the formation of various streaks on them. Therefore, they try to use the autumn weather to thoroughly clean windows before winter. Not all ladies can stay in the sun and feel bad while working during high heat, while in the autumn it is also warm, but the temperature does not reach thirty degrees. Thanks to this, you can work calmly even at noon and involve other family members in the joint work. After the last cleaning of the windows before winter, you can additionally seal them, and thus protect the house from the inflow of cold air.
Cleaning up school classes
School buildings are cleaned by special teams that deal with making thorough cleanups in large buildings. Admittedly, the caretakers deal with maintaining the schools on a daily basis, but they are not able to quickly clean all school rooms. Meanwhile, cleaning companies entering the school can clean up all classes and gyms and school toilets in one day. In the latter rooms, decent disinfection is carried out, and in addition, all sanitary facilities can be inspected. However, classes and gyms are thoroughly vacuumed and cleaned, and additionally well ventilated. Thanks to this, the dust created during the school year is removed.
Cleaning windows in private homes
Many young, healthy women are very keen on cleaning private homes. In the spring-summer and autumn period, the scope of their duties includes washing windows, while throughout the year they thoroughly rub the hens in them and vacuum the floors. At the same time, they use various fragrances and many tools that help them to thoroughly grind the dust. Each time, they also wash floors in bathrooms and kitchens with special liquids indicated by the home owners. Every now and then they polish the floors in the living room and hallways. They also perform various additional tasks, commissioned to them by home owners before major holidays or family events.