Dust in your home
We always associate dust problems with summer time, but seasonal house cleaning experts understand that dust is a serious issue in the winter. Dusting is more than aesthetic, it is an important part of keeping your family healthy. You would be amazed to realize what is present in the small to microscopic particles found on every surface in our homes. Dust can consist of as many as 5000 different particles of natural materials such as skin, hair, pollen, mold, wood, fabric fibers, insect parts, paper fibers, and those dreaded dust mites. The average person’s immune system can tolerate reasonable levels of dust. Unfortunately, household dust is also comprised of by a wide variety of chemical pollutants. Consider the following tips to reduce dust, and to help keep your family healthy:
Use microfiber mops and cloths
- Microfiber mops and cloths are effective whether they are used wet or dry from seasonal house cleaning.
- Microfiber is an effective way to capture dust without disturbing it, causing it to fly into the air.
- Feather dusters have been around for generations, but they only spread the dust from one surface to another.
- Another great option is to use a lamb’s wool duster. The lanolin in the sheep’s wool will cause the dust to stick to the duster without spreading it around the room.
One of the top seasonal house cleaning services in Charlotte, NC
Every home is unique, and that is why Gloria M’s Cleaning Services are customized to meet your cleaning and housekeeping needs. They offer free in-home consultations in an effort to understand your expectations for your household cleaning. Gloria M’s Cleaning Services offers flexibility in the frequency of home cleanings, and options for “green” cleaning services upon request. Keeping your special considerations and your budget in mind, they provide consistent and dependable seasonal house cleaning services around your needs.
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