If you are like most people, dust is a part of life. Regardless of how much or how often you clean, it still has a way of popping up when and where you least expect it. In addition to being a visual nuisance, dust can also aggravate an allergy condition that may be giving sufferers something to sneeze about. But, don’t fret; you can reduce the dust in your home with a little footwork and a lot of knowhow. Run A Tight Ship Dust comes from many places, including the outdoor environment. If you really want to reduce the dust in your home, keep your windows and doors tightly closed. If you have an air conditioner, use it to keep your house cool in the summer rather than opening up your windows. The fresh air may smell good, but it could be bringing much more into your home than meets the eye. Check Your Vents You can help to significantly reduce the dust in your home by stopping it where it starts. Specifically, check the air vent covers in every room and vacuum the vents in order to prevent dust from being circulated into the air. Cleaning The Air Did […]
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