6 Easy Tips To Keep Dust Away From Your House

Having a dusty home is not healthy for anyone, especially those with allergies. To make things worse, clearing your home from dust is pretty challenging because its particles can be very stubborn. 

The good news is that preventing your house from being completely covered in dust is very much possible with the help of the following tips.

Tip #1. Stop the dust at the door with a mat

Placing a doormat is a classic way to keep dust and dirt from entering your home. These welcoming mats make great decorations, so you don’t need to sacrifice usefulness or design with this decor piece.

Pro tip: If you don’t mind going barefoot or wearing slippers inside your home, you can also start leaving your shoes at the door.

Tip #2. Keep the windows closed

A bit of sunlight and fresh air is great for everyone. However, when you’re not in a room, keeping the doors and windows closed is better for preventing dust from getting in.

This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to maintain everything closed all the time (that will only get you a stuffy home!). Keeping your house mostly shut during windy days should be enough.

Tip #3. Keep your pets clean

Pets are great companions, but they also carry a lot of dirt on their fur and paws. Plus, furry animals shed a lot of hair and dander, resulting in even more debris flying into your home.

You probably won’t be able to keep your pets from shedding or carrying dirt completely, but you can lessen it by grooming your animal buddies often. So, shower them regularly and brush them outside to keep the dirt out too.

Tip #4. Change your sheets regularly

Did you know that your dead skin particles can make your home dusty? Also, dust mites will feed on these cells, which only helps add more dust to your home. 

Since you spend a lot of time in bed, it’s only natural that this is where most dead skin cells and dust mites end up. So, change your bedding every one or two weeks to avoid them accumulating too much dust.

Tip #5. Keep air filtering systems in top shape

The air filters inside your air conditioner also get dusty with time, needing you to change them periodically. By doing so, you can avoid the accumulated dust of the filters floating around every time you turn on the AC!

Another great way you can keep dust off your indoor air is by investing in an air purifier or a humidifier. These handy devices can be a little expensive, but they can greatly help remove dust and germs from the indoor air, so that’s an investment you won’t regret!

Tip #6. Take care of the dust already in your house

Dust is very persistent, so completely stopping it from entering your home is pretty much impossible. The best you can do is to reduce its amount by dusting your home regularly.

Doing this is pretty straightforward, but it’s best if you remember to do it from top to bottom, finishing with sweeping or vacuuming your floors. However, if you don’t have time for cleaning much, you can still wipe surfaces with a duster or a damp microfiber cloth—every little thing helps! 

Are you too busy to dust everything by yourself? 

If you don’t want to spend all your time dusting every single spot in your home, you can let Rochester Residential & Commercial Cleaning help!

With our regular cleaning packages, you can forget about doing weekly cleaning! Check out our services and book here.

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