Cleaning work done by prisoners Various cleaning jobs can be performed by both people employed in specific cleaning companies and volunteers. They report to work when they find out that some part of the city has been destroyed by lightning or a building collapsed or a traffic accident occurred. They do not get any remuneration for their cleaning work, but they can count on receiving a decoration.
Various cleaning jobs are also performed by prisoners.
In the latter case, weekly cleaning hours are usually set, within which subsequent families are involved in cleaning the church.
At that time, they have a resocialization dimension, because the prisoners must jointly carry out the tasks assigned to them in various parts of the city and begin to come into contact with the external environment.
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.
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.
Washing floors in large buildingsCleaning of large buildings is usually done by professional and large cleaning teams.
Although small company orders can also be carried out by private individuals, in the case of thorough cleaning, the heads of companies usually order the services of large teams.
This is because they have more equipment and are able to clean the whole building at a faster rate than one or two people.
Such cleaning crews can take care of window cleaning in the whole building and its vacuuming and abrasion of floors with the use of strong cleaning and scenting agents.
They are able to reach all corners and effectively prevent the formation of cobwebs on the walls. Thanks to this, the entire company building is refreshed and takes on a new look.