That layer of dust can contain all sorts of contaminants like mold spores, mycotoxins, bacteria, and dust mites. Here are some effective ways to help reduce the amount of dust in your home and improve indoor air quality.
No homeowner in the history of dust has likely ever said, “I will never have to dust again.”
It accumulates pretty much everywhere: on the top of ceiling fan blades and light bulbs, the TV screen, that top shelf you never clean. And you’re never really done with dusting; you just stop for a while to go live your life and resume it later.
And it may not seem like a financial issue, but you could spend a fortune fighting dust, or it could cost you if were to list your house for sale without dusting it first.
If you’re discouraged in your fight against grime, dust yourself off and check out some of your potential weapons, from pretty cheap to pretty pricey. What’s the best way to fight dust, and how much can you or should you spend?
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