How To Clean A Bullet Train

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+13 1. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

I wanna know where the secret button is >:)
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+15 2. edz commented 5 years ago

It makes the job of cleaning easey If you are If you are not cleaning after a bunch of pigs on most trains
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+6 3. Derpgeek commented 5 years ago

That's not cleaning, just collecting trash and quick swipe for spills from trays. No real floor moping, vacuuming seats or good scrub for trays.
Maybe they do real clean up on garage, which takes longer than 7min.
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+5 4. BloodBeast commented 5 years ago

#3 Disrespectful of hard-working people doing a great job in difficult circumstances.
And your area of expertise in train cleaning is what exactly...?
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+7 5. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

Japanese tourist to a Brit...' long it take to clean this train'? Brit..'clean'?
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+5 6. loadrunner commented 5 years ago

Not very possible in some European trains. If the schoolkids step out of one of the trains near my place, it is a mess. like if the inside of the trashcans is the cleanest part of the train. I would be happy I was able to travel in trains like that.
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+4 7. Pyranthos commented 5 years ago

#4 I have to back #3 up on this one. When you mention cleaning the "right" way, I think thorough, not a superficial, surface cleaning. If I wiped down a plate and then served you food on it, would you eat off it, or would you insist it be washed first? There in lies the difference between clean and tidy. That said, they do an impressive job of tidying up in such a short period of time with such a large space, but I imagine actual cleaning takes considerably longer.
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+1 8. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

I think it's awesome that they clean the trains that fast, but how is this an inspirational video?
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+1 9. huldu commented 5 years ago

#8 It is in a way because it gives people jobs that would normally not even exist at this scale. I know for a fact that they would never do anything like this where I live, the trains are a terrible mess. They just have a discipline in Asian that you don't have in America or Europe... for the most part.
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+2 10. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

From the title I was expecting a 100 mph pass thru a car wash type tunnel. 8-)
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+1 11. isitmeor commented 5 years ago

I wonder if these cleaners have souls..
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+2 12. ninocka commented 5 years ago

The average age is 52. Sad.
I always feel bad when I see cleaners. It's hard work, not the prettiest. Utmost respect for them, for garbage men as well.
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0 13. Klemm commented 5 years ago

I think cleaning the Shinkansen train will take a bit longer, maybe 10 minutes.