Keep Your Home Dust Free

Dusting is a cleaning chore that will always be on the list because dust is everywhere. Not only can dust make your home look and feel dirty, but it can also impact your health.

Now that many people are spending more time at home than ever before, with Flu targeting every second person, it’s necessary to ensure the air you breathe there is as healthy as possible.

Here are some tips to consider:

1. Adopt a Systematic Approach and traps dust instead of disperses.

Do not go to clean random dust things. The most effective way to remove dust means starting from the top. Start from either left or the right side of the place and move to the other end while cleaning each and everything.

Wet a cloth with water, surface cleaner, or furniture polish and dust with that. These traps the dust, allowing you to get the surfaces completely clean.

Wait after dusting furniture 20 minutes before dusting your floors. These will allow any dust that hasn’t been trapped in the fiber to settle on the floor ready to be picked up by the microfiber mop pad.

2. Improve the quality of the air in your home, Don’t wear shoes in the house

Dust accumulates faster when more particles are brought in from the outdoors. About 60% – comes from outside, through windows, doors, and significantly via the bottom of shoes which carry loads of bacteria and germs.

Try removing shoes before coming in the house, you can use boot trays, so your family and friends know where to place their shoes.

You can also make sure windows and doors are sealed properly, to avoid small holes where dust can enter.

3. Vacuum Regularly.

Carpets might be comfortable in many regards, but they’re also dust magnets. To maintain a dust-free house good rule of thumb is to vacuum all floors once a week. You can increase the frequency in high-traffic areas like the entryway and living room.

4. Clean Effectively hidden places dust collects in your home.

It’s necessary that you dust these less obvious places, too, since dust attracts more dust.

So, where is the dust hiding?

  • Blinds.
  • Electronics.
  • Tops of doors, windows, and cabinets.
  • Light Fixtures and Ceiling Fans.
  • Baseboards and carpeting.

Though fighting dust can feel like a never-ending battle, it’s one worth fighting.

Though you’ll never be able to get rid of dust completely as possible through regular cleaning, you’ll be improving the air quality in your home and keeping yourself and your family healthy.

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