One common question that our customers and professionals ask us is should I dust or vacuum first? Another way of asking is will dusting or vacuuming last result in a cleaner home?
Many cleaning experts have mixed answers and so we attempt to provide you a clearer one based on the feedback from our cleaning professionals.
If you have a good vacuum that does not kick up a lot of dust, then dust away first. Depending on how you dust, dusting can push all the dust onto your floor and into the air.
By vacuuming last, you are able to clean the dust in the air and the floor. This way, you won’t be surprised by dusty surfaces shortly after you cleaned your place.
If your vacuum is not effective and often takes you multiple times to clean an area, then vacuum first. After you vacuum, dust your furniture and take a wet microfiber cloth and clean the surfaces and fixtures.
This is because a mediocre vacuum can create a more dusty environment by kicking up a lost of dust than the act of dusting itself.
Dust or Vacuum First For Errund Professionals?
Because majority of our professionals have decent vacuums, they report that they dust first and then vacuum the place. Later on, the professionals often use a wet microfiber cloth to clean your fixtures and surfaces in order to ensure that any settled dust gets wiped up.
How often should you dust and vacuum?
This question depends on your tolerance for dust. Some of our customers get a cleaning once a month and some 4 times a month. As a guideline, we recommend dusting and vacuuming your place at least once every 2 weeks if you are home daily.
To clean your place less regularly, read also our 3 guaranteed ways to make your home cleaner.
One thought on “Dust or vacuum first?”
It is true just cleaning experts can give you better results but cleaning robots or vacuum cleaner just can make your cleaning process short but when it comes to dusting for which vacuum considers best.