Home Cleaning Tips: How to Dust Effectively

 

 

 

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If you think you did the right thing when dusting, then you better think again. Dusting is not just about removing the dirt out from your furniture. When it is not properly done, then this might be a risk to your health, especially for those asthmatics. This will also leave more work for you to do when dusting without any proper guide on how to do such. Yes, dusting may be a simple task, but there are certain things you need to know before you start dusting. This is for you to make sure you are doing the right thing and not just for the sake of it.

Dust is everywhere, even if you are living in a real estate Cebu. It can be on your furniture, window, floor, under your bed and things around inside your home – name it, it all collect dust. You may whisk it away during the weekends. And for the following days, your furniture and other things at home are dust-covered all over again. It is actually a cycle. That is why dusting should be taken seriously to make sure that it won’t pose a risk of our lives. However, not all homeowners grasp the importance of knowing such. But before anything else, here are the things you need to know before you start dusting.

Use the right tools

One of the common tools we usually used is the feather duster. Right? It is handy and easy to use. However, do you know that it is not advisable to use feather duster when dusting? Yes, this tool might remove some dust, but it is not that effective enough to clean your furniture. It only spread the dust from one surface to another. In order for you to clean it properly, use a microfiber cloth that attracts dust particles. With this, you can make sure that the surface will leave no dust. Moreover, to ensure that the cloth will continue to pick up the dust, wash or replace them when they get dirty.

Use dusting spray

Using of spray is one of the things that helps clean the dust. However, you must be careful on where you spray. Don’t spray it on the furniture, but on your microfiber cloth. Spraying it on your furniture or any other things at home may become grimy and can attract even more dust instead. Moreover, to make sure that the dust won’t stay on the surface, lift the cloth away from the shelves and furniture. The spray will help the cloth hold onto the dust.

Dust first, then vacuum

Always remember that not all dust can be seen. That is why don’t just dust the furniture and other things at home. Make sure that you don’t drop the dust on the floor to prevent you from doing, even more, work. Then before you do some vacuum, you also have to make sure to change or wash the filter on your vacuum cleaner so it does not release dust back into your room. Don’t forget to vacuum the corners of ever furniture in your home that are beyond your reach for you to dust.

Don’t forget the vents

This is one important thing you need to remember. Never forget the vents. If not taken care of, this can be one of the reasons why the dust in your room or home is all over the place. Heating and air conditioning vents are one the things that are known for blowing dust and allergens into the air. And if this happens, you might not like inhaling it, especially when you have asthma. Clean your vents regularly to keep them clean to reduce the amount of dust in your home.

See? A lot of us may have thought that they are already doing the right thing when it comes to dusting. But knowing these things above will help you change your routine and have a better and healthy lifestyle. Who would want to go back to their old cleaning habits when they know it is not the right thing to do, which can also cause risk to our health? Right? Yes, these tips above may be easy. But it is always up to you on how you do an effective dusting in your home.

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