Cleaning Ceiling Fans
Preventing Germ Circulation from Dirty Air Vents
The specially-designed angled head reaches the tops of hard-to-reach fixtures, dusting without stretching and straining. The yarns grab and hold dust until shaken out.
Preventing Germ Circulation from Dirty Air Vents:
Air vents often collect dust and lint around the openings. Besides the unsightly appearance of this cleaning problem, it may contribute to the spread of germs. When people sneeze or cough germs and bacteria become airborne and attach to dust particles. This dust accumulation builds up on the vents and is recirculated by air circulating devices. Since we spend more than 20 hours a day indoors, it's important to identify the problems caused by dust, than take remedial efforts to get rid of them.
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