How to Prevent Dust From Entering your Home.

Eighty percent of the dirt and dust in your house walks in through the door on people’s feet. The right mats placed inside and outside of all entrances to your home will help cut down on cleaning time.

Feather dusters typically don’t do much but spread dirt around. If you are using a feather duster on the surfaces in your home, we suggest considering alternative options.

walk-in-matThings You’ll Need

  • Walk-off Mat
  • Vacuum
  • Water Hose
  • Floor Cleaner/ All-Purpose Cleaner

How To Do It

  1. Purchase a professional mat, sometimes referred to as a walk-off mat. These mats are the professional mats you see at the entrances of home, hospitals and supermarkets. They’re called walk-off mats because they give the dirt a chance to be walked off before it gets in. Walk-off mats are usually nylon or olefin with a rubber or vinyl back for inside the door, and rubber or vinyl-backed synthetic turf for outside on the step. They’re available in a variety of colors and sizes. To do their job well, both the inside and outside mats should be four strides long.
  2. Sweep or Vacuum mats regularly or shake them outside. Keep vacuum bags, filters, seals and gaskets in good repair to prevent fine dust from being blown back into the air as you vacuum.
  3. Hose the mats down and scrub with floor cleaner or an all-purpose cleaner to clean. Repeat this step as needed. If you do not have a hose rinse the mat under a fast running tap.
  4. Hang mats until completely dry so that moisture isn’t trapped under the vinyl backing.

 

Looking for a reliable professional cleaning company in Lagos Call Lilac Clean today on 08056895502 or email us on info@lilacclean.com

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