Dust Cleaning Your Home
Eliminating airborne dust particles should be an important part of your cleaning routine. Regularly dusting can help eliminate dust in your home, but it often makes all the dust in your house become airborne. The best way to mitigate dust in your household is to ultimately eliminate it at the source. Overall, ridding your home of dust can help improve air quality, and prolong the life of electrical appliances, furniture, and household electronics.
Here is a list of 10 things you can do to maintain a dust-free home:
- Use Door Mats
Place door mats outside and inside your home to trap dirt and keep it from spreading into your house. And make sure to clean door mats regularly to prevent buildup.
- Groom Your Pets
Groom your pets to help keep dead skin and hair from accumulating dust.
- Close Windows
Too reduce dust it is recommended to keep windows closed, especially on dry and windy days.
- Mop Floors
Using a damp mop to clean your floors will help eliminate a large amount of the dust in your home.
- Beat Area Rugs
While vacuum cleaners help reduce dust, the most effective way to clean rugs is to beat them. So don’t be afraid to give your rugs a good beating.
- Clean Blinds
Clean blinds regularly.
- Install and Air Purifier
Air purifiers help circulate the air and capture dust and dirt.
- Vacuum Regularly
We recommend vacuuming your home once or twice weekly.
- Get Rid of Clutter
Dust will settle on any surface it encounters, so do your self a favor and reduce clutter in your home.
- Clean Closets
Fabrics easily attract dust, so it is wise to keep your closets clean and shut closed.
Lastly a duct cleaning can be very beneficial to eliminating dust and allergens in your home. If your air ducts haven’t been cleaned in the last 5 years and your allergy symptoms are triggered when you turn on your heating or air Contact SERVPRO of South Shasta County at 530-241-2424