Air Filter Cleaning: If your home temperature is controlled by a central heat/air system, change the filters often to reduce dust in the air. High-quality air filters work best to reduce dust particles in the air throughout your home.
Use an Air Purifier: The purpose of these units are to clean the air by trapping dust particles. They are very effective for individuals with dust allergies.
Use the vacuum twice per week: Always use a vacuum cleaner with a high-efficiency particle air filter to trap as much dust and dirt as possible.
Sweep the Floor every few days: Regularly use broom and dustpan to keep the dust out of floors and house. Be more frequent in the areas that hold more dirt like doorways and kitchen floors.
Use microfiber cloths when dusting: All dusting cloths are not created equal. Microfiber all the way!
Mop floors regularly: Wet mopping is an excellent way to remove dust and dirt missed when sweeping.
Regularly wash your bedding: Bedding is a place where dust particles can accumulate. Every time you get in and out of bed, you bring dust with you. The best way to deal with it is to wash bedding frequently.