Dust is complicated. It has a strange way of sticking around even when you try really hard to keep it away. Dust can make your cleaning routine more cumbersome. Besides, dust is not just unappealing, but it is also a very popular allergen, making its removal even more important. Many businesses don’t know how to dust properly, and that is alright! We have got your back. If you see dust bunnies all over your business space, use our tips and tricks to bid them a goodbye.

  • Right tools are important

People generally use feather duster for dusting, but it just twirls around the dust and doesn’t pick it up. If you have a feather duster, give it a break and use a more effective tool.

A microfiber cloth is the best dusting tool on the market. These dusters work as dust magnets. You can wash and air-dry them when they get dirty and reuse them.

For cleaning floors, try using a sponge mop, or a Swiffer.

  • Learn to work with dust

When you learn how the dust behaves, it is a lot simpler to know how to get rid of it.

If you have not dusted your office for a while, then ensure your duster/cloth is wet when dusting. This assists remove the thick layer of dust without making the dust particles fly through the air and causing people to sneeze or cough.

Before sweeping and mopping, try vacuuming, this will save you energy and time.

Always start from top and approach towards bottom. This way you will automatically catch any dust that from the upper shelves when you work on lower shelves or floor, instead of having to go in the reverse.

  • Dusting methods for important office items

Vents: Before wiping vents with a duster or cloth, use a soft brush vacuum attachment to remove the dust. Also, buy reusable washable filters. Clean the filters regularly for fresher air.

Electronics: When dusting electronic equipment, remember to unplug the equipment. Use special tools for these items, so that no scratches or damages happen.

Cabinets and drawers: If you haven’t dusted your drawers and cabinets from long, then you must first use vacuum and then use a duster or cloth to clean away dust.

All set on how to dust your commercial facility? Great! Keep these tips in mind while dusting. But, if you don’t have enough time in a day, so feel free to contact us. If you live in Miami-Dade, Broward County, Palm Beach Cities, Counties and Municipalities, then give Pro Facility Services a call now.

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