Every time you dust around the house, you probably wonder, “Am I cleaning or just swirling the dirt around?”. Dusting often looks like a pointless activity because you can always see dust in the air, but it’s pivotal for the cleanliness of your home and the health and safety of your family. There are many questions associated with dusting – how often should you do it, which products are the best, how to clean the different surfaces without causing damage, and a lot more. I’ve gathered some answers to help you for your next spring cleaning session.
Which tools help remove dust efficiently?
Feather dusters are commonly used for dusting around the house, but you need to choose your tool carefully because most basic models don’t capture the dust but only spread it around and misplace it. Lambs wool dusters are a somewhat better alternative than dusters made from artificial materials because the natural fiber uses static electricity to capture the dust particles. But you need to wash those regularly to keep them functioning correctly.
Otherwise, regular vacuuming helps get rid of the dust accumulated on floors and upholstered furniture. Microfiber cloths are also a great tool to remove dust