You’ve been dusting all wrong – this mixture will help prevent dust from collecting on your household items

CLEANING a house requires a lot of work.

And we can never have enough hacks when it comes to maintaining a fresh home.

One woman, who goes by @SheisKd_ online, is known for sharing useful cleaning hacks with her followers.

She recently explained how she keeps her home dust-free.  

In a measuring cup, the woman combined 12 ounces of hot water with a generous splash of fabric softener.

She then dipped a hand towel into the mixture and rung it out before beginning to clean.

She rubbed down a vase, a television, and a table-top with the towel.  

The reason the hack works, according to @SheisKd_, is because the fabric softener has anti-static properties that help it repel dust.

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In another video, she shared a tip for cleaning a dirty glass stove top.

She began by pouring dawn soap directly onto the stove top, and then sprinkled baking soda all over.

The cleaning expert then sprayed store-bought liquid glass cleaner onto the stove and scrubbed it all together with a sponge.

She advised that you let the mixture sit on the appliance for ten minutes before scrubbing it off.

She soon revealed a smudge-free stove top.

In a third video, she offered her followers a trick for keeping a fresh-smelling home. And you only need three ingredients.  

She began with a pot of boiling water.

After slicing a full lemon, she threw it into the pot.

She then added mint leaves and a couple spoonfuls of cinnamon and let the water boil for ten minutes.

These hacks will have your home feeling crisp in no time.

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