Do you like to dust your house? Most people do not. But it is essential for the health of you and your family. Dust not only detracts from the look of your furniture, but it can also trigger allergies and asthma in people and pets. The way you dust and what you dust with both matter.
It is best practice to dust from top to bottom. Dust light fixtures, door frames, ceiling fans, and picture frames, working down to the furniture, items of décor, baseboards, and the floor. Many people like using microfiber tools since these pick up the dust well instead of just moving it around as some dusters do. After dusting, be sure to vacuum the floors. Then follow up by mopping to get any residual dust on hard floor surfaces.
Keeping your home clutter-free will make dusting much easier. The more stuff you have, the more dust tends to collect, along with spider webs. Many people invest in a good air purifier. This can help minimize the dust count and keep the air cleaner. Also, be sure to clean your cleaning tools. Wipe down your vacuum and clean your microfiber tools regularly.