Trying to choose dusting tools can be confusing. Some products can damage furniture, while others just spread dust into the air. Find out which dusting products are the best for your chores.
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Microfiber cloths are a great choice for dusting because they grab and hold a ton of dust without releasing it into the air. They grab onto dust and remove it without scratching furniture or damaging wood, and you don't need polishes or oils. Look for both disposable and washable microfiber cloths to use for your dusting needs.
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Extending Lambswool Duster
Lambswool dusters are great for dusting in irregular places and on flat surfaces. With extendable handles, you'll be able to reach up to door frames and ceiling corners, as well as down to baseboards and pieces of furniture. Lambswool dusters won't leave behind feathers, but they do require some maintenance and washing to keep them functioning well.
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DustTamer Bendable Extendable Duster
This lambswool duster comes with a vacuum chamber to remove dust from the duster as you work. The vacuum chamber has two-stage HEPA filtration to trap dust particles as you work. The cordless vacuum works on rechargeable batteries and allows you to dust an entire house without needing breaks to shake out your duster.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Pledge Grab-It Cloths
Available in unscented and an Orange Scented variety, Pledge Grab-It Cloths do a good job of grabbing onto dirt and dust without releasing it back into the air. These disposable cloths are great for quick dusting jobs and work well for furniture and electronics.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Feather dusters are a popular dusting choice because of their versatility. They can get into tight places and do a good job of removing dust, although they may not be the best choice for allergy sufferers. Replace the feather duster if any of the feathers break as broken feathers can scratch and damage furniture and surfaces.
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