How do I stop my house being so dusty?
- Stick to a Daily Cleaning Routine. Prevention is the best cure when it comes to dust.
- Embrace Orderly Cleaning. Are you cleaning your home in the right order?
- Dust and Wipe Down Surfaces.
- Wash Bedding Weekly.
- Vacuum Regularly.
- Tidy Clutter.
- Consider Purchasing Filters.
Where is all the dust in my house coming from? Most of indoor dust comes from outdoors. In the study, David Layton and Paloma Beamer point out that household dust consists of a potpourri that includes dead skin shed by people, fibers from carpets and upholstered furniture, and tracked-in soil and airborne particles blown in from outdoors.
Do air purifiers get rid of dust? However, air purifiers can help remove airborne particles like dust, dander, pollen, and mold. Some studies have linked allergy symptom relief with the use of air purifiers. A 2018 study found that a HEPA air purifier in a bedroom helped with allergic rhinitis symptoms.
How did Grandma eliminate dust? Emily White, owner of Two Maids and a Mop, was taught by her grandma to use a pillowcase so you can catch the dust in it, then dump it in the trash afterward. “You just stretch the entire case over the blade and wipe off the dust inside,” she says.