Living in a completely dust-free home is impossible. Dust is everywhere (even in the air!), which becomes quite problematic if you or anyone in your household suffers from allergies. But even if that’s not the case, nobody wants to live in a dusty house.
However, there are ways to prevent dust from taking over the entire place! Check out these eight tips to reduce dust in your home.
A cleaning routine will help you get rid of the dust frequently, making it harder to settle anywhere in your home. It doesn’t have to be a complicated process; you can dust one day, and sweep, mop, or vacuum every other day. As long as you do it consistently, it will help a lot!
If you have a lot of things lying around or knick-knacks sitting on shelves, you will likely have dust accumulating. So, a great way to reduce it is to store these items when you can.
However, if you still want to display some of your things, just remember to dust them more often, so it doesn’t build up.
Having pets usually requires dealing with pet dander and fur, so groom your pets outside to avoid a mess over your living room floor.
Cleaning and brushing regularly will keep your furry friend’s coat healthier. It will also help prevent them from carrying in too much dust and dirt.
Your shoes are in constant contact with outside dirt, so wearing them inside your house means dragging that filth.
So, why not try leaving your shoes at the door? You can choose to go barefoot or wear slippers inside your house—the point is to stop the dirt from coming in!
Dust particles settle quickly in your beddings, so regularly changing and washing them is very important. Also, dust mites love to live in fabrics where dust settles—all the more reason to wash your sheets!
Dust particles float for a while, so getting an air purifier will help to trap the dust before it settles anywhere.
Allergies are often caused by dust mites, pollen, and other particles floating in the air. So, if you suffer from allergies, an air purifier is also a great investment to ease them!
Since most dust comes from outside, one of the best and most straightforward ways to prevent dust is to stop it from entering your home. To accomplish this, keep your windows and doors closed whenever possible!
Humidity is a great way to trap dust since it helps stop the dust from floating in the air. So why not add a little moisture with an air humidifier? It will make the dust easier to trap!
You can also use a wet cloth to wipe down the dusty surfaces. This way, the dust becomes trapped in the microfiber cloth.
Dust can be persistent, and sometimes the schedule is too tight to keep up with a cleaning routine. So, if you’re struggling to have a clean home with all that dust, you can let the pros clean your home! You can trust Maid Easy to take care of your cleaning needs.
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