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Dusting the house is rarely a chore that’s at the top of the list of things that I actually enjoy doing.
However, when you have allergies and other sensitivities it has to be done by someone (and in most cases by me!)
Whatever the situation may be, these brilliant dusting hacks will help make cleaning a little bit more bearable.
Keep scrolling below to check out these amazing tips!
Dusting Tips for the Home
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Use an old pillowcase to dust ceiling fan blades.
No more dust flying all over the room, everything is contained in the pillowcase which you can either wash later or toss in the trash. Your choice!
Rub your indoor plants’ leaves with Mayo for extra shine after dusting.
Apply car wax to your air vents to repel dust and keep them clean.
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Use wax paper to sweep your hardwood floors as well as cover the tops of your cabinets to prevent dust from collecting.
Dryer sheets work to remove dust from your furniture and baseboards.
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The anti-static chemicals in the dryer sheets work wonderfully to repel dust! Remember this for later!
Use old pantyhose to dust delicate items…
Pantyhose also works really well to clean dust from your candles!
…as well as to cover and protect your computer vents.
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Protect your computer vents from collecting dust by using pantyhose to cover the vents. This will also make your computer last longer and improve efficiency!
Use a can of compressed air to dust your bathroom vents.
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You can really get into those tight spaces without having to take down your entire vent.
Repurpose fuzzy socks to use as Swiffer pads when dusting your floors or walls.
This is a trick that will save you tons of money over the long run!
Dust extra delicate items, such as ceramic and glass trinkets, with a soft bristled makeup brush.
Do you have any dusting tips that you would like to share? Leave a comment below! We would love to hear from you 🙂