Having dust in your home is normal, but it’s definitely not ideal. Many people have allergies to dust mite matter, and even when you feel like you have dusted every surface in your home, you always wind up finding some corner of a room that’s been secretly collecting dust for who knows how long. The fact is, without a thorough list and some professional help, ridding your home of dust is nearly impossible. That’s why the experts at Zerorez® are here with a list of ways you can truly get rid of most of the dust plaguing your home!
Step one to getting the dust in your home under control begins with setting up a schedule. For the big, but easy to tackle things like blinds, fan blades, and furniture, try to keep up with dusting them every other week. For the trickier, harder to reach areas, limit your dusting to just once a month for manageable expectations.
Did you know that dusting your home doesn’t do much if your air ducts haven’t been cleaned? Dust hides easily there, waiting to get pushed around your home as soon as you turn the air on. Having your air ducts and upholstery cleaned regularly by Zerorez® can spare you from dirtying all of your hard work once your air ducts begin running.
Starting with the ceilings, high corners, fan blades, and the tops of cabinets gives the dust a place to fall without destroying all your progress. Work your way from the very top to the very bottom so that you can clean smarter, not harder!
When we say the very bottom, we mean it. Dust collects on things like your baseboards or the lower parts of your walls, so getting low when you clean gives you a better chance at getting rid of as much dust as possible. Sometimes we forget to clean the areas that fall below our line of sight, so making a list of places to dust that you can reference will also help remind you of what needs to be done.
It may sound funny, but conventional cleaning tools aren’t always the best solution for getting your home clean. When it comes to dusting, feather dusters are much better at spreading dust than lifting it. Microfiber towels are touted for being the best method around, but on tricky areas like fan blades, try using an old pillowcase to catch all the dust in, and using old socks to wipe pesky blinds down!
Getting rid of the dust in your home has never been easier than with the help from the professionals at Zerorez®! From carpet and upholstery cleaning all the way to air ducts, we are determined to help you improve your home’s overall air quality and comfort! Call today to book your next cleaning with Zerorez®.