While it’s impossible to completely rid your home of dust, here are some easy tips for keeping it at bay.
- Change your bedding once a week. Dust mites love to dwell in sheets, pillows and mattresses.
- Keep tidy closets.
- Remove clutter from floors.
- Say “no” to carpeting.
- Duster do’s and don’ts.
- Air purifiers.
How can I reduce dust in my home?
Key Dust Reduction Tips
- Run an air purifier. The best air purifiers on the market, specifically designed to remove dust, utilize HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters.
- Use fabric softener. Used fabric softener.
- Upgrade your furnace filter.
- Clean bedding weekly.
- Use laundered baby wipes.
What causes a lot of dust in your house?
The first, and most likely, the cause of excess dust in your home is due to dirty or cheap HVAC Filters. When this happens, the dust slips through the filter and is then circulated throughout your home with the rest of the air being produced.
How do I keep my balcony dust free?
Clean Your Balconies & Terraces With These 6 Tips
- Empty your outdoor space. The first step toward making your terrace as spotless as possible is to remove all plants and furniture.
- Clean out debris and dust. Next, sweep or vacuum the area to pick up cobwebs, dead insects and other debris.
- Wash your balcony.
Where does dust come from in a closed room?
Most of indoor dust comes from outdoors. In the study, David Layton and Paloma Beamer point out that household dust consists of a potpourri that includes dead skin shed by people, fibers from carpets and upholstered furniture, and tracked-in soil and airborne particles blown in from outdoors.
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