I do . . . . . . . .occasionally. I’ll admit that dusting takes a back seat in my cleaning schedule. You know, if the house is tidy and the floors are mostly free of dirt and debris, then a faint film of dust on the furniture doesn’t give me much grief. There comes a time, though, when I’m ready for that beautiful shine radiating from my wood furniture, so I get out the Pledge and get it done.
Here are two dusting tips that make the job a bit easier:
1. Spray Pledge on an old sock, slip it over your hand, and swipe it over your furniture.
I think this works especially well for baseboards.
2. Use a lint roller (the kind that has layers of “stickiness” to peel off) to remove all that dust that clings to your lamp shades. It works like a charm.