Household Dust

What It is, Where It Comes From, and What to Do About It

Dust happens not matter what you do. The problem is not only in how much of a bother it can be, but the negative effects on our health and home which are just as bad if not worse than having no furniture at all!
Mold often thrives with unchecked particles floating around freely – this creates breathing difficulties for those who live there or brings their colds back up when they have stuffy noses from running through an anti-vortex system every time you sneeze too hard while vacuuming . Not only does cleanliness help combat allergies by reducing irritants like allergy shots (thereby lessening their chances), but also because dirt attracts more dirt so keeping things spic & span helps cut down on potential future problem.

Electronics are great for entertainment, but they also attract and trap dust. The insulation of these devices keeps all that dirt in your house until you get rid of it! Even if you keep on top of cleanliness with daily sweeping or vacuuming jobs electronics will always come back to bother us again because their tight fitting windows prevent thorough cleaning from taking place. Not even a professional could fully remove any residue from this mess without breaking them down completely over time due how delicate they’ve become as well. The same is true for our cars, which is why car detailing is a lengthy process, whether you use a vacuum or a steam cleaner to clean your car.

You know that feeling when you go to bed, your nose suddenly gets stuffy and breathing becomes difficult? It’s a sign of dust accumulation in the bedroom. The inside corner near windowsills is often where most people find themselves sneezing or congested at night-time because these areas are exposed to more sunlight than other parts of their homes while open doors remain shut throughout day long gatherings carrying grime from one room into another on currents like indoor smoke rings through fireplaces during holiday celebrations.

It’s not just your bed sheets and clothing that need to be dusted. The living room has all the dust-magnet electronics, as well as upholstered furniture – which also becomes magnets for dirt! Lastly on this list are kitchens (top of fridge?) or laundries rooms making them two more places you’ll want check often for any pesky particles sneaking their way into everything they touch in these high traffic areas.

What does dust consist of? It’s made up a variety things like blowing dirt, bacteria and pollen. Some other stuff you could find in there would be pollutants such as molds or animal dander; hair from animals that have died (or even been killed) which is when they shed their skin to get rid- it makes sense right?), insulation coming off an old house project for example-, dryer lint after washing clothes at home with your machine but before putting them into the drying rack and finally human excrement because we’re gross sometimes.

Dust is the bane of all homeowners, and it’s a problem that no one can escape. It comes from plants (like flowers), roads — even clothes dryers! You might have more than your fair share if you live in coastal states or near grasslands with lots of pollen during  springtime; however dust will be an issue wherever there are carpets to cover them up when they’re not being walked on. You can eliminate dust mites easily by using a steam cleaner for carpets. The same is true for steam cleaning a couch.

Some places are dustier than others. When you’re cleaning, make sure to concentrate on the areas below:

Mini blinds  – attract and trap all kinds of particles which may cause skin irritations if they get into your eyes or mouth! Vacuum regularly or spray them in shower with “Mini Maid” blind hanger fluid for easy brushing away from delicate surfaces like electronics (remember not too much though).

Electronics – clean often so this will keep harmful chemicals on their way out rather then inside where they can do damage; brush behind TV without vacuuming since we don’t want any hair getting stuck between its cracks.

Tops include doors and window trim, cabinets, fridge etc.

For floors, carpets are the worst dust offenders, so use a vacuum for hardwood and carpet alike.

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