How to Get Dust Out of the Air

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How to Get Dust Out of the Air

This article was co-authored by James Sears. James Sears leads the customer happiness team at Neatly, a group of cleaning gurus based in Los Angeles and Orange County, California. James is an expert in all things clean and provides transformative experiences by reducing clutter and renewing your home environment. James is a current Trustee Scholar at the University of Southern California.

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Dust in the air of your home can cause breathing and allergy problems for all of your family members. There may be a few reasons for dust in the air of your home, like your air filters becoming worn out or dirty fans circulating dust. Fortunately, there are several very effective ways to minimize the dust and purify your air.[1]XExpert SourceJames Sears
House Cleaning ProfessionalExpert Interview.28 August 2019.
You can filter the air, clean your home properly, and control your environment so that dust doesn't accumulate in the first place. In fact, with a combination of these approaches, you can ensure that the dust in your house will be at an all-time low.


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Method 2Method 2 of 3:Eliminating Dust by Cleaning Properly

Method 3Method 3 of 3:Reducing Dust by Controlling Your Environment

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