Although not everyone is allergic to dust, over time it can affect lung health and even weaken your immune system.
The biggest concern is that it inevitably accumulates in the house, so it needs to be cleaned and removed.
Fortunately, many home options allow you to easily get rid of dust and not resort to expensive chemicals.
1. Wet wipes
Wet wipes are a great way to get rid of dust trapped between computer keys, wooden furniture, and other household items.
Use them to remove both dry and sticky stains.
2. White vinegar
A solution of white vinegar and water is one of the best ways to remove dust and disinfect surfaces.
This remedy is a well-known powerful and natural antibiotic. It prevents the spread of microorganisms.
3. Baking soda
Combining a spoonful of baking soda with warm water, you get an environmentally friendly detergent that removes dirt, stains, and bacteria.
Spray it on dusty surfaces using a spray bottle, and remove any excess with a microfiber cloth.
4. Fabric gloves
Fabric gloves are ideal for handling delicate items such as chandeliers, lamps, glassware, and any other decorative items in the house.
Dust sticks to this material more easily than to a regular cloth.
5. Makeup brushes
Do you have problems removing dust from corners and small spaces? Take brushes or makeup brushes and use them to clean these hard-to-reach cracks.
6. Socks to get rid of dust
By tying a few old socks to a long stick, you can remove dust that accumulates under wooden furniture, refrigerators, and other items.
7. Microfiber cloth
A microfiber cloth is the best way to clean TV and computer screens that emit a lot of static electricity.
Remember that you cannot spray cleaners on these items with cleaners, so apply them to a microfiber cloth.
8. Kitchen tongs
The tongs you use when cooking can help get rid of the dust on blinds and small spaces.
Wrap them in soft strips of cloth, secure them with rubber bands and rub areas you want to clean.
An old toothbrush can help you remove dust from awkward places, such as windows, furniture corners, computer keys, and more.
10. Cotton swabs
If you have cotton swabs in your first aid kit, try using them to remove dirt from corners and other hard-to-reach places.
11. Baking soda and lemon
Make a thick paste with baking soda and lemon to clean and polish the shower.
12. Home remedy for cleaning wooden furniture
Wooden furniture is usually the place where most dust and debris accumulates.
Because this material is more delicate and usually fades, you can make a cleaner to disinfect it and make it flawless.
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil (16 g)
- 1/2 teaspoon of lemon essential oil (3 g)
- 1/4 cup of white vinegar (62 ml)
- 1.25 glasses of water (312 ml)
- 1 spray
- Pour olive oil into a bowl and mix with lemon essential oil and white vinegar.
- Stir for a few seconds and pour into a spray bottle with water.
- Spray only the required amount, wait a few minutes and wipe the surface with microfiber to get rid of dust and dirt.
- Repeat this process if you notice that the furniture still looks dirty.
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