Store Clothes In Your Closet, Not Dust

Tiny particles of household dust can accumulate into big problems. You might think dust is harmless but if you look more closely you are likely to see the various nasty components such as dust mites, dust mite excrement, pollen, toxic chemicals, and other materials. These components can trigger allergies or even worsen existing medical conditions.

The average house accumulates over 40 pounds of dust a year. Dust collects all over your home in various nooks and crannies, but you want to make sure to keep dust in your closet to a minimum. Dust in your closet can get into your clothes; then, you get into your clothes; and then dust mites and toxic chemicals might get into you. Not good.

It is almost impossible to create a dust-free zone no matter how often you reorganize and declutter. It’s extremely important to dust and clean regularly, but to also pay attention to the closet area. Closets are easily overlooked in the cleaning routine; nevertheless, closet dust can still get on your nice clothes and personal items. A clean closet is a major step forward toward a cleaner bill of health! For more closet cleaning help, check out the infographic below.

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