From, Bjorn Rygg, Pillar to Post
1. Choose the weapon. Choose the weapon. Microfiber cloths and Wool dusters attract and hold dust, no dusting spray or furniture polish needed.
2. Clean the screen. Wipe TV and computer screens with fabric softener sheets to reduce dust-attracting static cling.
3. Two-in-one. Apply furniture polish with one side of an old oven mitt and use the other side to buff.
4. Squirt dirt. Squeeze an empty squirt bottle to blow dust out of picture frames corners and other tight spots.
5. Clean cracks. Dip a clean cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and run it through tight crevices, like between the buttons on your phone or remote control.
6. Stop drips. Hang an umbrella upside-down from your ceiling fan or chandelier before you clean it. You will catch dust before it hits the floor.