Dusting is a very simple, easy task when it comes to cleaning homes— whether or not you hire professional house cleaners from Maid to Shine or you do the dusting yourself. It’s a task that doesn’t demand too much physical exertion, but it’s also just as easy to do it thoroughly. Despite its simplicity and ease, dusting is still important to the maintenance of your home.
Dust is comprised of many different elements: there are soil particles, dead skin, elements from the local environment, fibers, pet dander, dead bits of insects, fungi, mold, bacteria, pollen, and dust mites. It’s a revolting conglomeration of particles. No wonder a regular dusting of your home has so many helpful benefits. And whether or not you decide to dust your home yourself or decide to hire the best, local maid service around town, these benefits are something you can expect from your regular home cleaning. Not only does a regular dusting provide a cleaner air environment for your home, but a regular dusting (by wiping objects and vacuuming right after) improves the air quality. How exactly does it help? Dusting reduces allergens, and it also reduces the symptoms that come from these allergens. You and your family will be able to breathe easier. Not only does it remove dust, but it also removes microscopic arthropods that feast on dead skin. These are also known as dust mites! Besides cleaner, more breathable air, regular dusting gives your house a fresher, cleaner look! Objects look like new; buildup and grime are less likely to begin accumulating. Who doesn’t want such a clean, fresh, breathable home for themselves and for their families? Every home deserves this sort of exceptional dusting.
If you’ve already hired the best cleaning service out there, then dusting your home will be a no brainer; and even if you do the dusting yourself, it’s an easy task. But now you might be asking yourself where to begin and what should be included in your regular dusting? It’s a great question, and it’s one that will be covered in next week’s blog post!