By hate litter from NC
By julrobs from North Augusta, SC
Here are some dusting tips as recommended by our ThriftyFun community. If you have any advice on dusting, post them here.
I found the nifty duster on Ebay that is used like a whip and let me literally beat the dust into submission. Even helped to vent my frustrations.
They had a website as well, http://www.dusteroo.com - a little pricey but it worked like a charm.
Great forum, thanks for providing the great tips for me and my family!
Do you have any dusting tips? Feel free to post them below.
I live way in the country on a dirt road surrounded by trees (pollen). Along with the dust from the road and in the winter from our wood burning stove, I need help with all the dust that I can not remove from my dark finished furniture. I have tried just about everything, but as soon as I am finished, the dust starts collecting again. I am at my wits end in trying to find a solution. I did not mention all that I have tried because the list is endless. Please help me.
I feel for you since I'm in the same position. my best solution has been to buy, or crochet yourself if you know how, some pretty runners that cover the furniture tops from end to end. all you have to do then, is once a week give the tops of the furniture a wipe and shake out the runners outside. I love my furniture and would never get rid of it just for a bit of dust.
Buy dryer sheets at your local dollar store. Attach them to the end of your broom and will pick up dust, pet hair, misc. Also, use for dusting furniture.
By Anne from Fernley, NV