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Dust will be gone in minutes: the perfect Chinese cleaning method

Alina MilsentLife
A quick life hack for dust

Sometimes you need your home to sparkle in a matter of minutes, and you don't have much time for cleaning. For example, when guests are already at the doorstep, and you still haven't wiped off the dust.

Using a dry cloth can only stir up dust, which will settle on the surfaces again, and wet cleaning may leave marks and stains. However, the Chinese have devised their own method to quickly eliminate dust. OBOZREVATEL provides the details.

At first glance, the method may seem a bit peculiar, but those who have already tried this advice attest that the life hack is genuinely effective.

Instead of a rag or towel, it is recommended to use old stockings to combat dust. Nylon tights can also be used. Of course, they should be clean, although not necessarily new.

Dust will be gone in minutes: the perfect Chinese cleaning method

Take a mop or broom and wrap the stockings around it. Nylon will attract even the smallest and most invisible dust particles. And everything is explained very simply - by static electricity. Stockings will attract dust better than any other fabric.

By wrapping nylon tights around the mop, you can even reach remote, hard-to-reach corners on the ceiling where dust and cobwebs usually collect. All in all, it will take a matter of minutes to get the surfaces clean.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL talked about the main life hacks on how to get rid of house dust.

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