A. Light duty cleaners clean hotels, motels, schools, and private residences. They make beds, change linen, clean/disinfect kitchens, bathrooms, operating rooms, and other hospital areas.
B. Chimney cleaners operate industrial vacuum cleaners and use hand tools to clean chimneys/fireplaces.
C. Furnace and ventilation system cleaners clean furnace filters, ducts, and vents.
D. Sandblasters operate sandblasting, pressurized steam, and hydroblasting equipment to clean building exteriors, tanks, and industrial equipment.
E. Vehicle cleaners operate equipment, or work by hand, to clean the interiors/exteriors of railway cars, buses, street cars, subway cars, and automobiles.
F. Janitors, caretakers, and building superintendents clean and maintain the interiors/exteriors of buildings/surrounding grounds. Building superintendents are usually responsible for the operation of the establishment and may supervise others. They may advertise vacancies, show apartments/offices to prospective tenants, and collect rents.