If you’re going to take the time and energy to clean, you might as well make sure that you’re doing it right and not making more work for yourself. Unknown to many, there are countless common cleaning practices that can actually cause more harm to good. See what they are and how you can avoid them.
Using Microfiber Single-Use Dusting Cloths
While they may seem cheap and convenient (because they are), if you need to dust, it’s in your best interest to steer clear of using microfiber dusting cloths.
This is because these products rely on static to collect dust, but most people don’t know that the static remains on whatever surface you were cleaning, which attracts even more dust than before. So, if you use these and think you just dusted something that’s dirty already, you’re probably right.