Cleanliness and hygiene thanks to glass and building cleaners

> International day of commercial cleaning

> Glass and commercial cleaning is the largest employing trade

> We want to hear your stories

Clean windows, facades and buildings - something taken for granted by most people. But who is responsible? Glass and commercial cleaners! Every day they ensure cleanliness and hygiene in public buildings or private households. They do something amazing. clean Magazine just wants to say a big "THANK YOU" to you all!

Almost all people attach great importance to cleanliness - whether at home, in schools, kindergartens or hospitals. A study by the Catella Group revealed that workplace hygiene is just as important to us as having WiFi that works well.*
That is why Johannes Bungart, Managing director in the commercial cleaning trade, comments: "The people in our trade do something amazing, so it is only right to show appreciation for that. Our goal is to continue to position the sector socio-politically in the future, so that people can rely on secure and good conditions."*

We want to hear your stories!

How did you get into this profession? And what is your motivation to make the world a little cleaner every day? Do you think that your work is taken for granted by most people, or do you get feedback on it?
What makes a genuine glass and commercial cleaner?
We look forward to your answers as a comment, mail to clean@clean-magazine.com or via Facebook!

* Cleaning Market, "International Day of Commercial Cleaning", June 2017. (http://ymlp.com/zacob5)

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