I’m a cleaning expert – how to keep your house dust-free for longer using everything you already have at home

NO matter where in the world you live, everyone knows just how much dust homes can collect.

Tackling multiple surfaces with a duster on a regular basis is time consuming and unenjoyable.

Luckily, one woman online said she has a solution that will prevent those areas from collecting so much dust.

Cleaning guru Caroline McCauley posted a video of the hack that received nearly 3 million views.

She called the solution: “Magic Dust Repellent.”

The expert began creating her potion. “Half a teaspoon of olive oil helps to repel dust.”

Next: “One teaspoon of vinegar to kill dust mites.”

“Add 1/2 cup of water,” she continued.

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“Two drops of dish soap. Ten drops of lemon essential oil.”

After mixing the ingredients together, she poured the liquid into an empty spray bottle.

Caroline then sprayed the solution onto a microfiber cloth and began wiping down various surfaces in her home: a nightstand, a lamp, and a light bulb.

“Use this mixture once a week,” she advised, “and keep dust away for longer.”

Although some viewers loved the hack, others were more concerned with the frequency required for it to be successful:

“So dust 52 times a year, not 2. Got it,” one quipped.

“Yeah the weekly thing is where I’m stuck,” added another.

While this tip may not have fared so well in the comments, Caroline’s past hacks have.

Her video that explained how to remove stains from a couch received over 3k likes.

The process only involved three simple steps.

First, spray the stains with a glass cleaner.

Next, scrub the area with a “soft sponge” or “scrub fabric.”

Then, wipe the area with a damp cloth and let it dry. 

Once it’s dry, the stains should be removed and your couch will look as good as new. 

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