Everyone knows the struggle of dusting. You see dust build up in your home, you clean it up, and suddenly dust creeps back up again. It’s easy to want to throw your hands up and just ignore the dust, but we can assure you that this is not such a great idea.
Dust is made by a combination of different elements — skin cells, your hair and animal hair, dirt, pollen, and other intrusive elements. No one wants this stuff crowding their home.
Here’s the million-dollar question — what dusting strategy helps keep dust away for good? Is that even possible? Here’s your answer and why you should keep a regular dusting schedule.
Why Is Dusting Important?
The components in dust particles vary. It’s likely a combination of dead human skin cells, hair, and pet dander (if you have pets). But far more dangerous components, such as bugs, can live in dust.