At least five times a day, thousands of people use mosques to worship. This shows that thousands of people communicate and interact closely with the mosque and each other every day. These places, where so many people interact with each other, remain extremely critical places in terms of health. As is known, infections spread faster in crowded environments. In order to prevent this situation, it is necessary to pay more attention to the cleanliness of crowded environments. The most important point to pay attention to in mosque cleaning is the cleanliness of carpets. Because when worshipping, the contact of the forehead and nose with the carpet will cause the airways to be left open to dust.
In addition, the smell of dust and dirt on carpets that have not been cleaned for a long time will disturb people. In order to prevent this situation, the mosque should be ventilated regularly, the environment should be provided refreshed and carpets should be cleaned regularly and dusted. Several methods can be used for carpet cleaning. These can be cleaned with specially prepared natural chemical liquid solutions or they can be the steam cleaning method that has gradually become popular in recent times. Steam cleaning ensures that even the smallest dust particles are removed from the environment and made healthier and cleaner deep in carpets with high temperature ionized dry water vapor. Thanks to this, the existing dirt and smell is removed from the environment and a more spacious and healthier environment is obtained.
Although mosque cleaning is largely related to carpets, it would be wrong to be limited to carpets only. In double-storey mosques, mosque railings, upper floor and hutbe stairs are wooden, so they are especially dust-holding materials and will need to be cleaned regularly. In addition, mosque windows, wall signs and other religious accessories are cleaned by wits. Another aspect is the cleaning of shoes and entrance mats at the entrance of the mosque. This is the place that will bring the most dust inside, its cleanliness should be taken care of. In addition, ablution houses and sinks, which are common areas in mosques, should be cleaned with harmless chemicals of detergent and soap origin. Cleanings in these areas will integrate and reinforce the cleanliness of the mosque. In this way, a spacious and decent place of worship will be provided and the cleaning habit, which is the basic directive of Islam, will be fulfilled.
Mosques, which are the temples of worship of Islam, are among the structures where cleanliness will be given the most importance.