How to remove dust in your home

Michael Rubino

February 20

Dust is not only an eyesore. The more it builds up indoors, the more it can negatively impact our indoor air quality. It can also harbor harmful contaminants like mold spores, mycotoxins, and bacteria. Learn how to properly kick it to the curb. 

Noticing more dust collecting on shelves, countertops, and kitchen appliances lately? 

It could be down to the changing of the seasons, or it might simply be a sign it's time for a deep clean. However, experts say the most likely cause is your HVAC system: either it's clogged up with dust that it's pushing out into the air, or it's overdue a full service.

We turned to air quality experts for their cleaning tips, because knowing how to remove dust will improve the quality of the air we breathe at home, even if dusting is the one household chore nobody likes.

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