I’m a cleaning fan – the easiest way to dust your fan blades takes seconds & leaves no mess behind

YOUR ceiling fan is a breeding ground for dust, so it's important to give it a clean regularly.

But wiping off your fan blades and leaving dust all over your floor certainly isn't the right way to do it.

Luckily, there's an effective way to dust your ceiling fan that doesn't leave a mess behind.

A cleaning fan named Christina Lynch shared in a video her clever cleaning trick.

In it, she has a friend slip an old pillowcase over a fan blade, then he simply wipes the blade using the pillowcase.

With this trick, all of the dust ends up right in the pillowcase and all you'll have to do is empty it out when you're done.

Lynch's video included the sound: "Show me the life hack that you randomly saw one day that is now an unconscious standard practice in your life."

Lynch also wrote in a comment: "Fan was done in less than five minutes."

Several people in the comments section were left totally impressed by Lynch's cleaning hack.

One wrote: "OMG guess what I'm doing today?"

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Another added: "I think my life has just changed."

"Omg! I am literally doing this today to all my fans! Thank you for this hack," someone else quipped.

A fourth commented: "Dude… it’s so simple… yet, I have never thought about doing this."

One eager cleaner wrote: "I’m getting up right now at 11pm to try this."

Additionally, a cleaning whiz revealed their seven dusting hacks that will help make your home look spotless when you’re feeling extra lazy.

Meanwhile, there's an easy way to stop dust collecting on surfaces straight after you've cleaned.

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