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Dusting Tools

Dusting Tools

No one finds a dusty apartment comfortable. It can trigger certain allergies and be unsightly, among other reasons. It's very important to carry out timely dusting exercises using effective dusting supplies to the safety of homes and their gadgets. Doing this can be a very tedious and time-consuming exercise but can be enticing in the end. This is especially so if you have chosen the right dusting tools to clean your home. Lots of dusting tools are available out there. Most are even sold at a very expensive rate without having the required features and ingredients for a sparkling outcome. So, finding the best dusting tools is vital.

The Best Dusting Tools

  1. Dust Mops & Pads

  2. These tools contain chemical ingredients that enhance cleaning. These tools contain antiseptic, antifungal, anti-bacterial, or odor-seizing components. They generally have ingredients such as Methylchloroisothiazolinone Perfume. This specific ingredient is a preservative that helps fight against fungi, bacteria, and yeast. In some cases, you can find castor oil in dust mops and pads. Its natural antiviral and antimicrobial properties are used to fight bacteria on dusty surfaces. Water Propylene Glycol is also another essential ingredient, which helps absorb water and act as a moisturizer. Some of the best dust mops and pads are also be made with microfiber materials. This is because microfiber tools can take out even the finest of dust. They leave no streak and are great in cleaning out the dust in one go.
  3. Feather Dusters

  4. Feather dusters are made from real feathers. Most times, they are made from ostrich feathers. They are excellent in cleaning off fine dust from sensitive surfaces. Feather dusters come in various lengths, with the shorter ones doing a more accurate job.
  5. Brushes

  6. Brushes should be made from light synthetic fibers such as nylon, horsehair, polyester, etc. They are excellent for dusting and cleaning dirt. These tools are mostly used on smaller surfaces with some level of sensitivity. For professional cleaners, it's a primary cleaning tool when dusting.
  7. Vacuum Cleaner

  8. Although there are several vacuums, the best ones have the following components that improve your dusting task.
    • A filter typically either a true heap and heap style to trap most of the gems up to 0.3 microns. This reduces the micro germs that get blown out from the exhaust end of the vacuum. Depending on your choice, you can opt for those with washable filters or replaceable filters
    • A dust compartment, which could either be a dust bag made from woven cloth or paper or a dust canister. Both, however, act as filters for dust particles. They trap them down and retain them till you are ready to clean them out