8 Smart Strategies to Make Your Home Dust-Proof | Housecleaning | Reader's Digest
The solution to most household problems is to attack the source. But you can't eliminate the sources of household dust. You can't even do much to reduce them, because more than 90 percent of household dust comes from people and fabric. Our bodies constantly shed tiny flakes of skin. Our clothes, bedding and furnishings constantly shed barely visible fibers. These flakes and fibers float on the slightest air currents and settle on every surface in your house. In a spot sheltered from air movement, the particles stay put. In other areas, they constantly rise and settle as doors swing open and people pass by. Even if fighting dust is a battle you can never completely win, you can save a lot of time and energy with these dust-busting strategies. Capture dust -- don't just spread it around. Comstock.com Capture dust -- don't just spread it around. 1. Keep closet floors clear for easy cleaning. Closets are dust reservoirs, full of tiny fibers from clothes, towels and bedding. Every time yo
hat aren't machine washable don't need weekly trips to the dry cleaners -- just take blankets and bedspreads outside and shake them. You canRed Dust - a gallery on Flickr
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Toms gallery of amazing photos of the Australian dust storm
Everything is orangey red. A frightening environmental statement, but still gorgeous.
red dust in sydney
Like a futuristic Mars-based movie. Amazing and terrifying.
Gathering some of the best shots from the Sydney dust storm on 23/9/'09.Dust storm in Australia - The Big Picture - Boston.com
Beautifully horrible images of the 2009 dust storm.
Beautiful photos of Australia's dust storm of 2009.
Amazing Picture Dust storm in Australia http://ow.ly/qPXL - I can assure you it was nasty out there! [from http://twitter.com/gideonking/statuses/4338312107]
Valokuvia Australian punaisesta hiekkamyrskystä (syyskuu 2009).