DUSTING: HERE'S HOW AND WHY TO DO IT

Have you ever happened to lie down on the sofa to enjoy a moment of relaxation and notice the dust nestled on the TV cabinet against the light?!
If the answer is no, congratulations! You are a true cleaning expert! If the answer is yes, don't worry, you are not alone!


Dust: the collection of food crumbs, mold, human flaking cells, pet hair and detergent particles. Not to mention the dust that enters through doors and windows every day, as well as that dirt brought into the house after a walk outdoors!
Here you are. Dust is that agglomeration of tiny substances that become anyone's nightmare.


How to get rid of it?
There are truly many ways to eliminate dust correctly, and some in particular are more long-lasting than others. As you continue reading this article, you will realize the only valid method.
Everyone knows that dust has a nasty habit of returning after a short time, so for optimal results you need to repeat the cleaning operations at least twice a week!


In fact, among the household tasks to be done weekly we find: dusting, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom, doing the washing machine and washing the floor. Every day, however, we should wash the dishes, make the bed and put dirty clothes away in the laundry. We can then limit the cleaning of doors and windows and the washing of curtains and carpets to once a month.
Another important element: dusting the house also means eliminating the mites present in the dust. These microscopic insects, invisible to the naked eye, love to feed on dead human cells, so they are very often found on mattresses, carpets, clothes as well as around the house. Long exposure to mites could trigger allergies or asthma. The allergies themselves develop due to continuous exposure to some particles present in dust.


So, no need to beat around the bush, dusting is important! Let's get to the point, here I list the steps to follow to eliminate the much hated dust:
1. Equip yourself with patience, elbow grease and maybe a protective mask to avoid sneezing!
2. Get Scracchio Surfaces and wet it and wring it out under running water;
3. Eliminate clutter, throw away what is not needed;
4. Toss out sheets, pillows and rugs;
5. Start dusting the higher parts as the dust tends to fall and settle on the ground;
6. Remove furnishings from every surface and dust them (that's right, you don't have to go around it!);
7. Go over every surface with the cloth and when dirty, rinse it and wring it out. Then it ends.


You will notice that, thanks to the High-Use fiber of which it is made, with the cloth Scracchio Superfici just one pass is enough to capture the dust and retain it, without leaving residues.


NB. Remember that during these operations, a lot of dust will fall on the ground. Once you have finished cleaning the furniture, complete the job by washing the floor. In this case we recommend using Universal Cleanser that eliminates dirt and sanitizes your floor!

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