Dust In Check It Out!


Maid Cleaning

If you think dusting the home is a losing battle, then here are a few tricks that keep the dust from coming back quickly. Avoid some mistakes that you make, and you will have a dust-free home.

The right tools are essential for the effective removal of dust, whether that’s lightweight vacuums for seniors or a steam cleaner to mop up accidents from the puppy!

Dusting is like a never-ending task. You whisk it, and not even a week, you have dust-covered furniture. There is no way to get rid of the dust entirely, but there are mistakes to be avoided and tricks to be used to keep the space cleaner for a longer time.


Dusting the place with a feather duster, and you are inviting trouble. This spread the dust from one surface to another. Ouch! Select a microfiber duster or, available in the market, are electrostatic dusters that grab the dirt and hold onto it. Ensure you keep these dusters clean by washing them and replacing them when too dirty.

AC Cleaning

The vents of the air conditioning and heating are the dragons that blow up dust when it’s put on. The air passing through it brings the dirt back into your home. Invisible grilles on walls and ceilings are the dust magnet. Ensure you clean them which the vacuum’s soft brush attachment.

Microfiber Dusters

When the dust is dry, it quickly becomes airborne and becomes hard to remove — Spritz microfibers dusters with dusting spray for better cleaning and results.

Spray polishing directly on the furniture will give a disaster effect as it is risk forming filmy build-up, which is very difficult to remove and attracts more dust. That is why spray-on duster or cloth and then pass it on the surface to clean it. After the dust, buff again and then clean with a towel to remove any polish residue.

Change the vacuum filters as when the manufacturer recommends and when too dirty. The vacuum filters are for collecting the fine dust, and if it gets clogged, it can spray back the dust in the air, which will settle back on the furniture, and you shall think Dust again!

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Preeti Shah is a person who loves checking out different styles and designs of houses. She took interior designing in college and is practicing in the field of home improvement for five years now. In her spare time, she is usually searching the web for interesting and fascinating home designs.


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