QOTW: Dusting

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Registered: 03-20-2001
QOTW: Dusting
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Thu, 12-22-2011 - 7:47am

I have some questions about dusting
and
of course there's a reason these questions are in my mind LOL.

1. How often do you dust?

2.

iVillage Member
Registered: 02-07-2001
In reply to: twig04
Thu, 12-22-2011 - 8:49am

1. How often do you dust?

Not as much as I should, LOL!

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Registered: 12-12-1997
In reply to: twig04
Thu, 12-22-2011 - 9:39am
twig04 wrote:

1. How often do you dust?
I try for once a week, but it's more like every couple weeks, or when I notice it needs it.

2.


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Registered: 01-18-2003
In reply to: twig04
Thu, 12-22-2011 - 12:46pm

1. How often do you dust?... usually just once a week

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Registered: 02-25-2000
In reply to: twig04
Thu, 12-22-2011 - 1:42pm

1. How often do you dust? Cleaning lady dusts everything once a month and I do very little in between. The dining table gets washed every day as we eat there and Pledge dusted now and then. The living room tables get dusted sometimes. I do dust our bedside tables at least once a week, though, for they do get more dusty than anything else. Small home, only the two of us, house stays clean. I have a "feather" type of duster that is actually a puff of nylon stuff on the end of a wand that I use to dust my desk, window seat, keyboard, monitor every few days. I use a soft cotton cloth and Pledge for other furniture. I've never had the problem that Ann had with Pledge. I have had problems with other brands of that type of cleaner, but Pledge works great and I like the shine it leaves.

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Registered: 03-20-2001
In reply to: twig04
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 3:24am
thanks Twoki, not sure if we have "swifters" here. Amazing how our neatness doesn't rub off on our kids.
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Registered: 03-20-2001
In reply to: twig04
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 3:30am

Well what I think I'll do is "hide" the feather duster".

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Registered: 03-20-2001
In reply to: twig04
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 3:31am
Ok that's it! No more feather duster for the cleaning lady. I'm going to hide it for my own use on the railings. I like my pledge, like the smell of it.
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Registered: 03-20-2001
In reply to: twig04
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 3:45am
Oh yes, plegde on a nice untreated wood table is a no no. Great that Tom could get the residue off by sanding... and saved the table!
I have a knotty pine book case and closet in the guest bedroom and I have to oil it too. Once a year and then inbetween just a simple dust cloth. It is getting to be so pretty, the color changes over the year,, I love them
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Registered: 02-25-2000
In reply to: twig04
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 10:09am
twig04 wrote:

Well what I think I'll do is "hide" the feather duster".

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