Dust, Dust, Dust!
Just the mention of dust gets us all worked up. Unfortunately there is no permanent dust eliminating wonder cleaner and this is because dust is made up primarily of the skin we shed and other particles that are circulating through the air. The best way to keep dust at bay is with routine maintenance.
One way to make your dusting job easier is to keep the clutter to a minimum. Make sure things get put back in their rightful place at the end of each day and limit the number of knick knacks and picture frames that sit on shelves and table tops making more places for dust to collect.
Once you have everything in its place you will need some dusting tools. The best dust grabber is cotton. If you have some old cotton t- shirts laying around you can cut them into smaller pieces just larger than your hand about the size of a washcloth and simple wipe the dust from surfaces. You will find that a majority of the dust clings to the cotton cloth. For hard to reach areas and crevices a feather duster is helpful. When dusting always start from the highest point and work your way down to avoid having to re-dust lower surfaces when dust falls from a higher point.
When you are all finished wiping the dust from your hard surfaces it is important to remember to clean upholstered furniture and carpets. The dust that escaped the cotton cloths has landed somewhere and that is on your soft surfaces. As soon as you finish dustin rooms with furniture and carpet get the vacuum out to keep that dust from settling deep down.
Over time there will be an accumulation of dust your vacuum cant reach and you will need to call in a professional carpet and upholstery cleaner. This should be done at least once a year to keep your soft surfaces at their best more often if you have allergy sufferers in the home.
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