How do you spray homemade dust?

Dust is the ruin of every house! It settles everywhere and is difficult to remove. Fortunately, there are simple and practical ways to prevent dust from accumulating at home. Check out this natural trick to say goodbye to dust and return to a clean and healthy home!
How do you spray homemade dust?
Remove dust from furniture
Dust deposits can build up in your home, especially if you leave the windows open often. Even if you use the vacuum cleaner during your regular cleaning, you can’t get rid of it. Follow these expert tips!

Perth’s Carolina McCauley, a cleaning content creator with 2.6 million followers on Instagram, suggested creating this magical natural dust removal device as a simple solution.

A teaspoon of white vinegar
Half a teaspoon of olive oil
Half a glass of cold water
10 drops of lemon essential oil
2 drops of dishwashing liquid
Clean the dust with a dusting solution
How do I proceed?

Gently mix all the ingredients in a glass carafe and then pour the mixture into a bottle using the diffuser;
Spray the liquid into a microfiber cloth;
Use a damp cloth to clean all dust pockets and surfaces where dust particles are most stubborn.
If you want to reduce the amount of dust in the house for as long as possible, use this magic spray once a week!
For your information
Olive oil not only helps remove dust when rubbing on dirty surfaces, but it also has a conditioning effect. It is known for restoring and reviving the appearance of wooden and leather furniture.
Vinegar, on the other hand, is a natural disinfectant. However, be careful not to use it on certain surfaces such as natural stone as this could damage them.
Follow 9 rules to get rid of the dust
Are you fighting dust endlessly but don’t know how to stop it? Here are some rules you need to set at home to say goodbye to dust once and for all!

  1. Clean hard floors regularly
    Pass the vacuum cleaner on the floor
    Baseboards under furniture are difficult to reach when cleaning floors. Forget the broom! (because it just moves the dust) and uses the vacuum cleaner instead. Then wash the floor in hot water using a detergent suitable for your floor type.
  2. Keep the windows closed
    When you open the windows, dust and pollen particles from outside enter your home. Close the house windows after ventilating the house.
  3. Place a doormat at the entrance
    Most dust particles enter through the windows and front door. So use a welcome mat to catch as much dirt as possible when cleaning your feet before entering the house. Another trick is to place a second one in front of the front door to make the double trap convenient.
  4. Wash the pillows three times a year
    Dust mites love to hide in the fabric fibers of pillows to absorb dead skin cells while you sleep. Hundreds of dust mites accumulated in dust can live in our pillow without us noticing. It is therefore recommended to wash the cushions in hot water at least three times a year to remove them.
  5. Invest in a household dust sensor
    Dust particles float in the air in the house and then land as curtains on carpets, objects, rugs or upholstery. By using an air purifier, you can catch dust in the air before you have time to settle on any of your furniture.
  6. Beat the dusty carpets
    The carpet fibers are real dust magnets. It is recommended to hang the carpets in front of the house, for example on a railing, and beat them with a broom or a carpet beater. This will remove a good amount of dirt and accumulated dust. Go to work!
  7. Don’t overlook the ceilings
    Even if it’s not often on your radar, your ceiling definitely needs a good dusting. To do this, take a ladder and use the soft brush of your vacuum cleaner. You can also attach a microfiber cloth to the broom and remove the dust.
  8. Remove dust from window coverings
    Cleaning curtains from dust
    Curtains and shutters can collect a lot of dust, especially if the windows are not waterproof. If you have curtains, you can clean them with a dry or damp microfiber cloth to remove stubborn dust. However, for your fabric curtains, it is advisable to wash them regularly, taking into account the washing label, so as not to deteriorate them.
  9. Adopt the “no shoes at home” rule
    Dust, dirt and bacteria come from outside and therefore also from shoes. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you leave your shoes at the entrance before entering the house. This also applies to your guests. So a little trick to convince them to adopt this rule, place a shoe storage at the entrance and you won’t be ashamed to ask them to take off their shoes!

With these tips and advice, you are now ready to banish the home’s sworn enemy…dust! We eliminate it and delay the deposit for a long time!