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7 Magical Tips For Keeping Your House Dust Free

If you want your home to be dust-free, you'll need to clean your home every day. If possible, mop the floors twice a day to keep dust at bay.
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Fighting with dust in our house is a never-ending battle. Pollen, dust mites, and other air pollutants can impact negatively on our health and mental well-being.

We recommend taking a few actions to at least reduce the dust of your home:

1. Don’t Put the Shoes Inside Your House

Shoes are known for bringing germs and dust in, from the outdoor. It is preferred those shoes be worn before entering the house. Installing a shoe cabinet entrance area where you may take off your shoes and store it while keeping your inside footwear, such as slippers, is a great way to decrease the dust that enters your home. A doormat can absorb a lot of dirt from shoes, but it's important to clean it at least once a week.

2. Free Space from Clutter

Dust will gather when there is too much furniture, ornamental objects, or accessories that block corners. Old magazines, newspapers, and other similar items should be thrown because they occupy up a lot of space and collect dust throughout time. Toys in children's bedrooms attract dust especially when the toys aren't used by your children so declutter it, either you donate it to charity or sell it

3. Clean Regularly

If you want your home to be dust-free, you'll need to clean your home every day. If possible, mop the floors twice a day to keep dust at bay. The best option for dusting and cleaning is to use a microfiber cloth, which collects dirt particles better. I recommend that you think about using eco-friendly cleaning products that can prevent bacterial growth.

Grooming should be done on a regular basis for your ‘furry friends and other pets. The dead skin and hair on their bodies spread fast and can be harmful. Every three months, we recommend a "spring cleaning." When it comes to dust, cleaning the walls down with a damp cloth on a regular basis can help a lot. Also, get rid of the things you don't need on a regular basis.

4. Avoid Too Much Carpet

Carpets are dust collectors. While carpets are attractive and provide elegance and softness to homes, they can easily collect dust and release small invisible small dust. If you insist on carpeting your room, vacuum it every day and clean the under-carpet area once a month. Using carpet is not a good option compared to tiles or easy-to-clean flooring.

Avoid To Much Carpet

5. Linen And Upholstery Cleaning

Changing your linens and pillows once a week is a great method to keeping your bedroom dust-free. Dust mites love pillows and thick blankets, which is why we recommend linen, carpets, and mats in your bedroom. Once every couple of months, toss the heavier blankets in the sun. Turn and flip your mattresses on a regular basis, and toss them in the sun once in a while.

Over time, cushions, curtains, and other upholstery can gather a lot of dust. Along with your usual maintenance, we recommend pounding the sofas and rugs bristly with a wooden paddle until you no longer see the dust fly in the air. Also, wash or dry clean the curtains every three months.

6. Vacuum Cleaner

A quality vacuum cleaner can easily handle and clear dust that builds in corners and beneath the furniture. Vacuuming on a regular basis maintains the house clean and reduces dust from the sofas, drapes, and carpets.

There are vacuum cleaners on the market that have HEPA filters (high-efficiency particulate air filters), which are very good at capturing tiny dust. The grime, dirt, and stains on your kitchen counter, as well as all types of floor and wall tiles, can be removed with steam cleaning.

7. Air Purifiers

Because of the current increase in pollution in all major cities, air purifiers have become a household need, claiming to clean the air we breathe indoors. Purifiers have the capacity to absorb dust and pollutants before they reach our homes' surfaces. For more home guides, tips and ideas visit this website Home Guidelines.

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