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Dusty places in the house that can pretty spoil the reputation of a tidy hostess


Cleanliness and order in the house is always a guarantee of not only the health of family members, but also the excellent reputation of the hostess in the face of guests.

But sometimes even in a very tidy dwelling you can find annoying disruptions in the field of purity.

The material will deal with inconsistency incidents, which very often occur without ill intent, but only because the dirt in these places is "invisible."

Dust on the hood

High - does not mean that there is no need to clean.

In the kitchen of each apartment somewhere under the ceiling extract hood is necessarily huddled. This ventilation device was conceived so that the harmful smoke and vapors that occur during cooking can leave the room unhindered. The only trouble is that the lattice (and not smooth) texture is essentially a collection of small surfaces, which means that there will be more dust there than on a flat surface of the walls.

Dust nest under the ceiling.

Due to the fact that warm air is much lighter than cold air, all fumes that arise during cooking rise up. And in view of the fact that when cooking, for example, when cooking, the air becomes not only hot but also moist, sticky dust also accumulates on the surface of the grid of extracts. Such nests of sticky dust can cause allergies or even asthma among the inhabitants of the dwelling. We rarely look up, because we can just forget to clean the surface of the hood. Therefore, you should train yourself once a week to wipe the surface of the hoods.

Dirt under the bed

Modern vacuum cleaners nestle under any bed, believe me!

Someone left you hello, mistress!

Most people prefer a modern "computer desk" to host their PC. And this means that in this section there must be a special compartment, which in its dimensions fully corresponds to the standard size of the computer system unit. What follows from this? Yes, the fact that the dust on the upper wall of the system unit is hidden from our eyes in the "24/7" mode. During cleaning, we can simply ignore this dust, and therefore do not wipe it.

The first bells on the way to the dusty hell inside the computer.

Since the computer is a permanent generator of magnetic fields in the course of its work, dust is attracted to it more than to any other object in the house (only TV can become a competitor slightly behind it). The largest accumulations of dust fall on the ventilation grill on one of the side surfaces of the system unit, behind which there is a cooler - a fan, whose air flows attract dust even better than magnetic fields.

Ignorance can lead to a fire in the system unit, fire, and ... further think it out yourself.

Believe it or not, on the photo in front of you is a computer that has been standing indoors for 5 years, whose windows overlook a busy highway, and whose owners love fluffy carpets and all sorts of draperies. There is an iron rule: at least every six months you need to unscrew the 4 bolts on the system unit to remove the two side walls and carefully vacuum the chips and the fan inside the unit. That dust visible to the eye, which the vacuum cleaner failed to cope with, should be carefully wiped off with a dry paper napkin. Textiles - excluded!

Dust on radiators

Any dirt can be removed!

Dust behind the batteries of the old Soviet-style - of course, a talk in tongues. But are they just reasonable statements like "not to get there" or "clean there yourself if you succeed"? You can remove and clean everything. Another thing is whether this need. Universal tip for cleaning dust behind old central heating batteries - water spray and wet wipes. Remove all objects from the radiator, lay under it an impressive floor cloth, then begin to abundantly spray all the surfaces of the battery with water, changing the soaking rag periodically and additionally wiping the surfaces with wet wipes, taking it up with your fingers between the sections.

Dust from the shelving of the living room under a microscope. Yes, we breathe it!

The photo shows the dust from the rack in the bedroom of an ordinary family. It is known that dust is a mixture of human skin particles, earth-containing particles from streets and highways, and, of course, Dust King - lint, which separates from EVERY textile in your home. Whether it's curtains or your favorite socks. Well, if there are pets in the apartment, then wet cleaning should be done 2-3 times more often than in the absence of these.

Dust on racks of floor lamps, on lamps and bulbs screwed into them

Lighting devices, like computer hardware, are very dusty due to the magnetic radiation emitted from them.

Lighting devices in our home constantly generate electromagnetic radiation in the course of their work. This means that the dust is attracted to them very willingly (although with TVs and computers, of course, they cannot be compared in this indicator and, undoubtedly, will yield). Wipe dust from lamps, floor lamps and light bulbs, screwed into them, should only be dry cloths and only after they are completely de-energized. Otherwise, there is a high risk of electric shock. It should also be noted that a large amount of dust on the incandescent bulb can be a hotbed of fire!

Dust on the shelves behind the glass doors of "always closed" bookcases

Far from intellectual dust ...

"Where can dust come from the shelves of books? After all, the glass doors we almost never move aside!" - classic words of a slightly lazy hostess. Books themselves, which are more than 10 years old, are powerful dust generators. Fragments of old paper that are not visible to the eye gradually disappear. I wonder where? Of course, on the bookshelves. The recommended frequency for wiping dust on bookshelves is once a month.

Dirt on the shelves with toiletries in the bathroom

Not too pleasant sight in the "temple of purity."

The bathroom is the Temple of the Purity of every dwelling. It is unpleasant enough to take funds that are designed to make our body clean, with dirty toilet shelves. You should not be lazy, because one of the main reasons for the intimidating state of the shelves for hygiene supplies is called "ah, laziness is all to be downloaded somewhere to wipe there". Do not forget that each guest is always invited to wash their hands, but for prying eyes such a dirty shelf can be a reason to put a rather unpleasant stamp on the hostess of a dwelling for a long time.

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