Take some tongs and wrap old rags around them. You can now use this to clean blinds—you clean both sides of the blinds with one go!
You can also put a sock on you hand to clean the blinds. This works just like the tongs, but gives you a lot more flexibility and movement.
Have you ever used a strand duster? They’re super helpful because each of the strands grabs dust, making it clean so much easier and faster.
Use a pillowcase to clean your fan! Simply wrap the pillowcase around a fan blade and pull back, trapping the dust at the bottom of the pillowcase!
Put a chenille sock over your duster to better attract dust! Not only that, but you won’t have to buy new duster heads all the time, saving you money!
I bet you didn’t know you could use a Magic eraser on your computer keyboard to get dust and grime off it! Just rub and dab until the dust comes off!
Rub a dryer sheet on your baseboards to clean up the dust and prevent dust from settling on it for a while. This is such an easy and cheap solution!
Spray some rubbing alcohol on a microfiber cloth and use it to clean light bulbs. Just remove the bulb, wipe it down with the cloth, and put it back in! So easy!
Use a coffee filter to dust your TV screen! Just gently rub it across the screen and it should pick up dust on the screen!
Combine together vinegar, water, olive oil, and your favorite essential oils to make a super effective wood dust spray!
Stick a microfiber cloth on a broom to clean corners of your ceiling. This is way cheaper and easier than getting a cleaning tool that only cleans the corners of your ceiling.
A super fast and easy way to clean the exhaust fan in your bathroom is to used canned air. Do this first (before you clean the rest of the bathroom), because it can blow dust onto the floor.
Use a lint roller to clean the lamp shades around your house! This is especially effective if you have a dog or other pet that gets fur everywhere.
Wipe down and clean your vents by using a sponge. You can get it damp if you need to scrub and pick up more dust, but it’s not always necessary.
Once you’ve wiped down your vents, apply some turtle wax or car wax to them to keep them from getting dusty again. What a great idea!
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