Cleaning dust is a nightmare for many people precisely because they quickly re-accumulate, and it seems like they are not doing anything.
But there is a great trick to achieve that is not collected so fast – coat it with a mixture of apple cider vinegar and glycerin.
1 liter of water
1 tablespoon cider vinegar
1 tablespoon of glycerin
Mix water, vinegar and glycerin. Apply the liquid to a cotton cloth and wipe all surfaces.
A few tips: Do not use feather dusters because only scattered dust around, from one surface to another. Clean the heater and air conditioning (you can also vacuum) because there may be hiding large amounts of dust to be thrown out as soon as you plug them. Also, avoid “dry” removing of the dust because, as with feather dusters, dust will just fly apart and deposited on the surface. Moisten the cloth lightly with water. Do not forget to take care of the vacuum cleaner, or replace the filter regularly – otherwise dust particles will not stay there but will disperse in the air.