Wiping the dust 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 the children's room
All parents know well that their children like to play in all areas of the house and enter into different nooks and crannies without paying attention to whether they can get dirty in this way. That's why housewives try to keep the children's room clean, which is not easy because of the temperament and spontaneity of some children. Because of this general cleaning in a child's room, it is best to do it while the children are in kindergarten or at school. However, smaller orders can be done together with children, and thanks to this they will learn to take care of cleanliness. All children can participate in cleaning toys, while older children can also participate in other activities performed in their room.
Cleaning the blocks
Some cleaning teams specialize in cleaning blocks. They can be rented by estate managers or belong to some larger cleaning company. All cleaning teams mainly deal with cleaning staircases and seasonal cleaning work. Their works performed in one of the blocks usually start with sweeping, and then rub the barriers and window sills located by the windows placed on the stairwells. During nice weather, the cleaning staff take care of the windows and try to thoroughly ventilate the stairwells. They do not forget about the need to sweep the pavement in front of the block. They also look at the attic and block cellars.