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How To Get Dust Out Of Your Home

Summer is here, and welcome to dust. Dust in summer is an issue that no matter where you live, you have to deal with. Not trying to reduce the amount of dust in your home is putting the health of your household in danger. Some issues that dust can cause on our health are allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory problems. Besides that, dust accumulation is an invitation for little organisms such as lyes and cockroaches and even bigger ones like mice to infest your home. To be safe from all these troubles during the summer, you have to effectively get rid of dust or at least reduce the quantity of dust in your home. Here are some effective ways to get dust out of your home.

Clean or Replace Your Air filters.

Houses that have a central heating and cooling system often have filters that work with the system. These filters help to control the dust level in the air. Even though they do not completely eliminate dust, they considerably reduce it in such a way that it can’t cause any trouble to your household. There are two types of air filters that are usually installed in heating and cooling systems – Standard Air Filters and HEPA air filters. Standard air filters that are efficient against dust are high-quality paper or pleated fabric filters. They are disposable filters that you have to change every three months for more efficiency. 

The Hepa or high-efficiency particulate air filter is a far more efficient type of filter compatible with specific heating and cooling systems. These types of filters often do not require replacement. You just need to clean them every two to three months to keep them working optimally. So to prevent dust, make sure that your heating and cooling system has these filters installed on them. Clean or replace them every two or three months to keep dust out of your home.

Buy An Air Purifier. 

Getting an air purifier is ideal for getting rid of dust in the rooms of your home. Air purifiers get the dust out of your home, trapping dust in the unit. They are ideal for families with people who suffer from asthma and other respiratory diseases. Air purifiers are meant to clean air in specific rooms and not in the whole house. Therefore, for maximum efficiency, we recommend placing an air purifier in every room of your home.

Clean Your Home Regularly.

There are three ways to clean your home and prevent dust accumulation – vacuuming, Sweeping, and Mopping.

Vacuuming: To effectively remove dust through vacuuming, you have to use a vacuum cleaner equipped with a HEPA filter. This is mostly useful on carpets. While vacuuming, pass the device under furniture and in corners. For vacuuming to reduce dust in your home, you have to do that at least twice a week. You can also get a vacuum robot for more efficient cleaning. The advantage of vacuum robots is that they constantly work, so you do not have to worry about vacuuming your floor yourself twice a week.

Sweeping: If you do not have a vacuum, you can go the old way. Sweep your home twice a week as you would do with your vacuum, and make sure to get dust in every corner of your home. Use a dustpan to gather dust and toss it out of your home so that it doesn’t get back to your home.

Mopping: Mopping is the best way to remove dust definitely from your home. Unlike sweeping or vacuuming, mopping has the ability to trap dust more easily thanks to its wet surface. Mopping is thus a better cleaning tool than any vacuum or broom. For mopping to be effective in keeping dust out of your home, you need to do it frequently.  

Dust with microfiber cloths: It is not rocket science that dusting can help eliminate dust from your home quickly. But did you know that not all dusting cloth is worth the other? One of the most effective clothes you can use to remove dust from your home is microfibre cloths. They trap and hold dust particles perfectly compared to other clothes that just move dust around. Another type of duster that can do the job as well as microfibre cloths is the feather duster. 

Clean Your Sheets Often: One of the worst things about dust is that they stick on every object a house carries. In your bedroom, your sheets, blankets, and pillows are the first things dust comes into contact with. They are the reason why you or members of your family sometimes wake up with watery eyes and stuffy noses. Washing your beddings weekly is the only way to get rid of them and prevent the harmful effect they can have on your health.

Hit The Dust Out Of Your Rugs And Cushions.

Your cushion and rugs are the items that gather the most dust in your home. Using a vacuum cleaner can help remove dust from your rugs, but it is not a hundred percent effective. Moreover, you can’t use it on other items of your home like cushions. The best way to remove dust on thick objects like rugs, cushions, pillows, and mattresses is to beat the dust house. Twice a year, you take out all the thick equipment to your yard and hit it with a stick or rod till you stop seeing dust particles flying out of it.

5 Star Air Duct Services.

When was the last time you had your air ducts checked and cleaned? 5 Star Air is a group of professional air duct specialists who can help you get rid of all nuisance in your duct. Whether it is dust, mold, insect, or anything else that could threaten your appliance and systems or your health, 5 Star Air specialists will get them out quickly and properly.
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