Clean the radiators
During the winter, the radiators are on for a long time during the day to keep us warm. The problem is that they tend to proliferate a large amount of dust! Indeed, the heat they give off causes the dust particles to rise and spread everywhere in the environment.
For this reason, we advise you to be particularly thorough when cleaning radiators and to adopt deep washing methods at least once a month.
Purify the air
If you have air purifiers, use them often. They will allow you to trap dust and give the environment a much cleaner and healthier air. If you don’t have a purifier, simply air the rooms at least 15 minutes a day, especially before making the bed.
Clean the corners
Consider cleaning the corners specifically at least once a week throughout the house. To do this, you can use a toothbrush with soft bristles to go deep and effectively remove all stains.
Frequent washing of the floor of the house is also essential, especially in the most used rooms of the house, such as the dining room, the bathroom or the kitchen.
Change the sheets
Changing your bed linen is essential to avoid the accumulation of dust! As we all know, it is not good to sleep in sheets for more than a week, so shake out your bedspread every day and change all bed linen at least once a week. It is a habit that you absolutely must adopt to avoid the formation of dust and therefore dust mites, triggers of chronic allergies.
That said, changing blankets and duvets can be done more rarely. But, we still recommend that you vacuum regularly with a special nozzle to remove dust!
Tidy up the house
The more your interior is cluttered with elements, the more dust will accumulate! A tidy and uncluttered house will necessarily keep germs away. In addition, if your parts are tidy, you will also be able to clean them more easily and quickly.
To do this, at least once a week, give yourself time to tidy up the bedrooms, the living room and the kitchen. Also think about putting order in all closets, drawers, kitchen cabinets and bathrooms.