Dusting tips!

Dusting tips!


Do you know the best way to dust?  Dusting can be one of the quickest and most pain-free of household jobs, especially if you know a clever tip or two! The first step when it comes to dusting is knowing which tools you should and shouldn’t use. For instance, feather dusters are far from helpful. Be sure to choose mats that will hold up to the wear and tear of your traffic.


Here are some quickies that will cut your cleaning time when it comes to dusting.


  1. Dryer Sheets – Electrical

Using a dryer sheets when dusting your electrical items will neutralize the static and making it easier to lift dust. This will keep surfaces cleaner for longer.


  1. Bendable Duster – Fans and Light Fixtures

Bend the suit to any light or fan configuration. A ladder isn’t necessary unless you have a very high ceiling.

  1. Hair Dryer – Plants

Yes, you also need clean your house plants. Use it in the cold setting to blast of the dust, this will make your plants breath easily.

  1. Pets

To avoid or reduce shedding from your pet, make sure to brush your pets often. Pet owners will see that much of their dust and debris can come from their pets. Also, a regular bathing routine is also necessary to reduce the amount of dander.

  1. Mop Pole – Dirty Baseboards

Using a mop pole with a cloth or old sock attached to it, lightly sprayed, means no more bending down, and no more tough work. This makes the job so much easier and also allows you to access hard-to-reach areas like behind furniture.


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No silly, you do not have to be home during the cleaning. Having a cleaning service is supposed to give you more time, not take up your time. The best way to arrange a cleaning when you’re not home is to use a lockbox. Lockboxes are a secure metal container that houses a key and is accessed via a keycode.

  • A lockbox is more secure than leaving a key under the mat or hiding it anywhere else.

  • You can change the code for any new cleaners to give you total peace of mind and security.

  • You won’t have to remember to put the key out or remember which day or time the visit is scheduled.

If you have a security system, show your cleaner how to arm and disarm it. You can even have a separate code for them and/or time limitations for access using that code depending on the functionality of the alarm you have installed. Giving the housekeeper your key is not recommended. If they have to stop working abruptly, it may be difficult to get your key back.

There are many ways to arrange a house cleaning without needing to be present. Simply let us know how your cleaner can get inside, and expect to return to a freshly cleaned home.


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