Choosing Dusters

Martha Stewart Living, April 2006

There are many tools beyond the classic feather duster that can serve you well. The oils in a lamb's-wool duster help attract and hold dust; one with an extendable handle lets you reach ceiling fans and other fixtures. A basic wide paintbrush (look for one with natural bristles)can reach into all kinds of nooks; use one to remove dust from a lampshade's pleats. And electrostatic mitts and cloths are wonderful for a variety of jobs -- the material grabs hold of dust; try them on wooden furniture.




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