Why Is My Home So Dusty?
It seems like no matter how much you dust your home, it’s always dusty by the end of the week. You can’t explain it. You might even notice that the issue gets worse when you run your air conditioning system (or your heater).
Is there anything you can do to fix the problem? Check out our guide to find out a few common reasons homes get dusty so quickly.
Your Cleaning Routine
It could be that your cleaning routine is not doing the job. We know it’s tough to hear, but it’s possible that your dusting, sweeping, and mopping routine can use improvement. The problem could be:
- Too much clutter. If you have a whole lot of stuff in your home, dust can develop quite quickly. Cleansing your home of clutter can do you a world of good, for so many reasons.
- Not enough vacuuming. If once a week isn’t working, try twice a week. And make sure that your also vacuum furniture and drapes.
- Dust left behind. Sometimes, your cleaning routine can actually leave more dust behind. Throw out the dust from your dustpan so it cannot reenter the air. Use microfiber cloth, or a wet cloth, for dusting to catch dust instead of kicking it up in the air.
Dirty or Poorly Sealed Ducts
Still, no matter how well you clean, you may not be able to resolve the issue on your own. The problem may actually be a buildup of dust and debris in the ducts. Dirty ducts may allow dust to move into the rooms of the home, and leaky duct can help dust and debris to spread.
Cleaning out the ducts and making sure they are well sealed may help to improve AC efficiency, and it can also help with your indoor air quality. Getting all of that extra dust out of your airstream can help to reduce the mess in your home and reduce particles in the air you breathe.
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