Hate cleaning blinds? I hear you. I despise having to wipe down and dust blinds and shutters, yet it is a spring cleaning chore that must be done (several times a year!)
That’s why I found the easiest way to clean and dust blinds throughout my home – and I have to share it with you!
First, why should you care? Because dust gathers on blinds. Dust means dust mites. And dust mites mean health problems.
So you want to easily get the dust off of blinds, but it’s such a pain. I know, because I literally spent half a day cleaning the nasty dust off of our blinds throughout our house once.
Never, ever again.
When e-Cloth offered to send me their High Performance Dusting Glove for review, I was happy to say yes. After all, I’m already a big fan of e-cloth. And I buy their products on my own (as does my family!)
Let me say, this is the easiest way to clean window blinds and shades. Nothing else could be easier, except hiring someone else to do it for you.
The e-cloth dusting glove uses only water to grip those nasty dust particles off of your window blinds. I used it both with and without water. Both ways work effectively at dusting.
All you do is grip the window blind, swipe your hand, and you’re done!
This e-cloth dusting glove can also be used to clean any surface, making it fun and easy to dust again. (Great for kids to help out, too! They can feel like a Muppet!)
The cloth removes over 99% of bacteria, e-cloth says, and also pollen, dirt and grime from surfaces. How? The 1.6 million extra long fibers per square inch on e-cloth products are known for gripping and grabbing onto dust and dirt and bacteria more than other types of cleaning cloths, allowing you to effectively clean without chemicals.
The only thing that I’d recommend – other than using this extremely easy way to clean window blinds – is to wash the dusting mitt first. There were fibers that were falling off of the mitt, which is no big deal, but you might want to remove them via the washing machine before your first use.