Is it better to dust with a wet or dry cloth? Air Purifiers!

What is the most effective way to dust?

A wet cloth is more effective than a dry cloth in removing dust and debris from surfaces but a dry cloth is safer because it won't spread the dust.

Don’t use a damp cloth on wood furniture or other items that could be damaged by water; you should also avoid using an air-drying towel on furniture as they can leave behind lint and create unwanted marks.

A wet dry will leave spots where the water has evaporated, so use only a moist rag to give any surfaces an initial wipe before you start to sweep them. You'll find that the dampness of the rag helps absorb most of the dust before it blows around and back into your face.

 
 
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What do professionals use to dust?

They use microfiber cloths. I use them when I have the opportunity to do so because they’re much softer than a feather duster and get into places that you would find difficult to do with a regular cloth or dustpan and feather.

Why are microfiber cloths better?

Microfiber is the best tool for getting rid of dust because it's soft and fine, but yet strong enough to hold onto anything that it touches. Microfiber dusters can be hand-drier, giving you the ability to ensure all surfaces are completely clean without residue. Also, microfiber is very soft and gentle on the skin as well as on surfaces.

Do you use microfiber cloths wet or dry?

Wet or dry they are great for removing dust. I use them dry because I like the way they feel over a wet cloth.

What we do depends on the area being cleaned. If we have time to spare then a damp cloth is best, but if it's a basic clean and go then a ‘dry' cloth is best. We wouldn't advise using microfiber cloths on woodwork as they can leave lint behind; newspaper or paper towels are better for this kind of thing.

Microfiber works best when dampened with water - it's an extremely effective way of removing dust and bacteria from surfaces without the need for chemicals.

Do microfiber cloths pick up dust?

Yes, microfiber cloths pick up dust. The benefit of using a microfiber cloth is that they are very soft and able to get into places that a normal cotton cloth can’t, for example, crevices.

Should you dry dust?

If you don’t use a dry cloth or feather duster regularly it will pick up dust with time. Using a damp microfiber cloth is best as a dry cloth can spread dust particles around,

How often are you supposed to dust your house?

Once a month should be adequate if you are cleaning properly, but if you do have any noticeable signs of dust then the frequency should be increased.

Do you vacuum first or dust first?

You should dust before vacuuming, so that the dust fall to the floor. Use a damp cloth to wipe off dust, as this is more efficient than using a dry cloth. If you’re using microfiber cloths then they clean just as well wet or dry.

Are dust cloths washable?

Yes, you can wash microfiber cloths. Wash in hot water at 60°C and use a small amount of bleach.

Air Purifiers

An air purifier has several functions but its prime use is to remove particles and bacteria in the air. They can also remove harmful gases and chemicals, as well as reducing odours, and should be used in conjunction with other methods of cleaning.

Over the last decade, consumers have become more aware of the harmful effects certain gases in the air can have on their health and well-being. The issue of airborne particulate matter has also received a great deal of attention, not all of it positive. Using an air purifier will effectively remove both types of pollutants from your home.

Conclusion

So in short, dusting is achieved by using a cloth dampened in either water, detergent or alcohol depending on your preference and cleaning space. Don't move dust from one area to another using the same dry cloth; instead use a damp fresh cloth and clean each area separately.

Microfiber cloths are excellent tools for both cleaning and dusting. Dry dusting with a dry feather duster can be messy and hard to control. Use microfiber between hardwood floors, furniture and along windowsills to help prevent marks and damage to the surface.

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 An air purifier is a device designed to remove dust, pollen, smoke, soot, mold spores, smog, and other airborne pollutants from the air.

If you want to keep your home clean and free of contaminants—and save money on heating and air conditioning bills—quality air purifiers are a powerful first step.

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