Dust seems to come out of nowhere no matter how often you try to keep your home clean. It comes back on a regular—practically daily—basis and can be as unhealthy as it is unsightly. Some of the following are considered good ways to reduce the dust and allergens in your home.
Top to Bottom Cleaning
Clean from top to bottom. When you start with the surfaces that are the highest, you collect any dust you missed as you work your way down.
Change Bedding Weekly
Dust mites collect in bedding, so it makes sense to wash your sheets and pillowcases once a week. Also, you may want to encase your mattress and box spring in an allergen-proof cover.
Tidy Up Closets
Fiber is shed from clothing in your closets. Keep the dust elements at bay by storing things in garment bags, plastic containers, and boxes.
Wet mops collect the dust left after sweeping.
Beat Rugs Outside
Take your area rugs and pillows outside to beat the dust from them.
You can also invest in an air purifier, which will help to prevent airborne contaminants getting in and circulating the room Also, contact the professionals at Clean Sweep Duct Cleaning for home air duct cleaning in Sarasota. We inspect and clean residential and commercial air vents and dryer ducts on a daily basis.