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What is cleanliness and order?



Cleanliness refers to the state of being clean and free from dirt, dust, and other contaminants. Order refers to the arrangement or organization of things in a systematic or logical way. Together, cleanliness and order refer to the state of being neat, tidy, and organized.


There are several types of cleaning, but five common types include:

  1. Surface cleaning - This type of cleaning involves removing dirt, dust, and debris from surfaces such as floors, counters, and furniture.

  2. Deep cleaning - This type of cleaning involves a more thorough cleaning of a space, including areas that may not be cleaned regularly. This may include cleaning behind appliances, in corners, and in other hard-to-reach areas.

  3. Sanitizing - This type of cleaning involves using chemicals or heat to kill germs and bacteria on surfaces.

  4. Disinfecting - This type of cleaning involves using chemicals to kill germs and bacteria on surfaces. It is often used in medical or food service settings to prevent the spread of illness.

  5. Organizational cleaning - This type of cleaning involves organizing and decluttering a space to make it more functional and efficient.



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