You have nerves of steel!

Dizzying heights and challenging cleaning tasks are no problem for you guys – as demonstrated by the various submissions and comments that we have received on Facebook. Wow, we are truly impressed and look forward to hearing your feedback!

In our article about the short film “Paraiso”, we introduced you to the three window and building cleaners who abseil down skyscrapers and clean windows at dizzying heights.

We asked you whether you would have the guts to do the same and what difficult cleaning tasks you have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. The comments and photos that we have received show that you not only have the guts, but are also able to master the most challenging of tasks!

You can see the first set of photos here. Do you, too, have photos or videos of you in action? Then please feel free to send them to us at clean@clean-magazine.com or post them on Unger’s Facebook page – we love receiving submissions from you guys!

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