3 Must-Know Dusting Tricks
Cut cleaning time and ensure a sparkling space with these clever cheats that keep dust under control.
[MUSIC] Should you dust or vacuum first that's the question? I always dust first because I try to work with gravity and when you're dusting, some dust is going to fall to the floor. That's just the way gravity works. So then you'll vacuum it up. That's the order. Dust then vacuum. You're going to start from the doorway and work either through the left and around the room, working your way into the center or to the right and around the room. But you want to start up high first. Start with the ceiling fans, on top of bookshelves or your refrigerator and then work down to the, To the countertops, and then to the baseboards. Every so often, every couple of months, you'll want to do a deep clean. It takes a little bit more effort, but your furniture will really thank you for it, and you'll like the way it looks when you bring up the shine. And that will bring up the shine in a way that keeps if up for The next couple of months while you do your regular weekly cleaning. [BLANK_AUDIO]