Almost every day you clean the house, but you still fail to get rid of the dust. You brush and vacuum everywhere, but with no results. Though you have tried all of the cleaning products, dust is deposited again just a few hours after you’ve removed it. Thus, it is necessary to take drastic measures! Put yourself to work seriously! Look what you have to do!
Normally, the dust should be wiped two to three times a week, but only after you have vacuumed the carpet before. There are also situations in which the dust covers objects in the house just hours after cleaning. Do not blame the cleaners or the vacuum because the problem is elsewhere.
Here’s what to do to freshen the air in your home and get rid of the dust.
1. Do not enter the room in your boots
Dust deposits on any object in the room but mostly on foot, in addition carpets or rugs. Do you know what the reason for this is? You entered the room with your boots and this way the carpet gets old and much worn. To avoid such situations, the carpet should be replaced every five, seven years and vacuumed. Moreover, the carpet should be shuddered at least twice a year.
2. Change your mattress every three years
A very old bed, a sofa or a sofa bed must be urgently replaced with new furniture. Dust gets collected in the mattresses and upholstery is very difficult to remove. Change the mattress every two to three years with a new one and aspire each week. You can use a small vacuum cleaner in order to penetrate areas of the joints.
3. Wash the pillows you sleep on regularly
If you are allergic to dust you should know that it is deposited including on pillow you’re using every evening to sleep. Change the bed linen every few days and wash the pillow with hot water at least twice a year.
4. Donate old clothes
Old coats, overcoats, sweaters, wool, in a word clothing that you no longer use, but do not you endure to get rid of it. It is not a must throwing them. You can donate them to a retirement home or children’s home. But do not forget! If not used, you should ventilate and regularly wash these clothes as they are an environment conducive to dust.
5. Vacuum books and magazines
At least twice a year wipe the dust deposited between books, including magazines and newspaper pages. The paper is a warehouse full of dust, and if not removed, can cause serious respiratory conditions. Remove the covers with a soft cloth.
6. Open the windows only in the evening
If you live on the ground or lower floors and there are no trees in the block, then it is highly likely that your balcony is full of dust. That, especially if you used to leave the windows open. When you want to ventilate the apartment open the windows in the evening. You should not opening them during the day, especially if the house is located on the street or avenue.
7. The housing should be as airy as possible
The housing should be large and with little furniture. As long as the rooms are freer, the dust will get desposited heavier. Conversely, if the house is loaded with all sorts of cabinets and cupboards, wardrobes, sideboards, shelving, carpets then you will never get rid of dust, no matter how often you clean up.
Vacuum carefully the fabrics, upholstery, curtains, blinds and draperies. Get rid of the big and heavy carpet and replace the flooring. Clean your balcony, because it attracts dust and debris.
8. Cleaning products
For the rapid removal of the dust using a vacuum cleaner that operates with water. You can also install an air purifier in every room. Remember that humidity in house is the dust’s enemy. You can buy a humidifier. Maintain 50% humidity in and see that dust will submit more difficult. For cleaning, use natural products.