1. Dusting Ceiling Fans & Light Fixtures -To dust ceiling fans and light fixtures use a bendable duster.  You can bend the shaft to suit any light or fan configuration.
  2. Corners, Moldings & Door Frames - Grab a mop pole and an old sock (or a microfiber cloth), place it over the end of the mop pole and use an elastic to secure it. You’ve now got an amazing high-duster!
  3. How to Dust Walls - Use a flat head mop and a microfiber cloth sprayed with a bit of water. Work the tool up and down the wall using a ‘W’ pattern to save time and energy and to ensure you’re covering the entire space.
  4. Bathroom Vents - Use your vacuum with the brush attachment to loosen and suck up the caked on dirt and dust.
  5. Dusting Baseboards - a mop pole with a cloth or old sock attached to it.
  6. Delicate Items & Antiques - To clean and dust delicate ornaments, antique pieces, lightly mist a small paintbrush or makeup brush and use that to do this detailed cleaning.
  7. Use Microfiber Cloths - A microfiber cloth is electrostatically charged, meaning it very literally attracts dust. They’re also highly absorbent and they don’t leave lint or dust behind which means streak-free surfaces
  8. Clean Your Ducts & Replace Air Filters - These are a huge source of dust and allergens in your home, especially after any sort of home renovation. If you haven’t been replacing your air filters each season you’re asking for more dust in your home. As well, having your air ducts cleaned is the ultimate form of dusting. You can hire a professional who will come by and vacuum all of your vents out, removing all of the residual dust in your home.
  9. Make sure you dust in the right direction.
  10. Delicate Areas or Areas Where You Can’t See - Vacuum with a pantyhose covered dust brush for these areas. The nozzle can collect dust while using a dust brush, without running the risk of sucking up valuables or items you don’t want vacuumed up!