How to banish dust around the house for good: Super organised mum-of-two shares her top time-saving tricks – and they won’t break the bank
- A Melbourne mum-of-two has revealed how to reduce dust buildup at home
- The mum shared three ‘inexpensive and effective’ tips to combat dustiness
- They include mopping the walls, using eucalyptus oil and lining things in paper
Melbourne mum-of-two, Chantel Mila, has three go-to techniques to keep dust levels low at all times
A busy mum who is known for her cleaning prowess on Instagram has revealed exactly how she reduces the amount of dust around her house.
Melbourne mum-of-two, Chantel Mila, has three go-to techniques to keep dust levels low at all times.
The Mama Mila Instagrammer said she always lines the top of her cupboards with newspaper, so she can avoid build-up in the hard-to-reach areas.
In her video she can be seen replacing the paper – something she does regularly and is much easier than vacuuming, dusting or scrubbing the surfaces.
The busy mum also uses eucalyptus oil in her washing – this helps to get rid of dust mites which end up creating more dust.
She also mops her walls and baseboards to rid them of dust and claims a damp mop yields the best results.
The well-known cleaning influencer says the three hacks are her favourite because they are inexpensive yet effective.
The video where Mama Mila shared the tips soon went viral and has now been seen more than 391k times.
More than 22k people have liked and commented on the viral post as well – but not all of them were impressed.
One shamed her for using eucalyptus oil in the washing machine while another said the newspaper will just attract pests.
But the mum didn’t appeared phased by the negative comments.
The mum always lines the top of her cupboards with newspaper and washes with eucalyptus oil
She also mops her walls to avoid dust build up and says a damp mop does wonders
‘I use a water-soluble eucalyptus oil,’ she told one woman.
While advising another if they change the paper often enough then there is no reason to be afraid of attracting vermin.
Some people loved her tips, one woman said using a damp mop to dust is genius.
‘Dry dusting just flicks it everywhere,’ she said.
The young mum has more than 470k followers on TikTok where she posted the latest tips.