Today’s post is brought to you by beautiful sunlight allowing for good photos and the realization that my house is a little dustier than I expected. When I say a little dustier I mean dusty enough that you can draw pictures on those surfaces. Like this one:
While I dust the hard surfaces with my microfiber duster, I use a different little tool to clean the lampshades in 5 seconds. Enter my favorite multipurpose tool: the lint roller.
You can use the technique shown in this photo to move the lint roller up and down until the dust is removed or you can hold it the other way (parallel is the word I’m looking for, I think) and move the lint roller in a circle around the lampshade. While you’re moving the lint roller around the lampshade, use your other hand to hold the shade steady, it helps if you’re not holding a camera and trying to take a good picture at the right angle. :)
Just take a look at some of the dust and other stuff that came off of this seemingly clean lampshade.
There’s fibers, hairs, dust and other little nasty things that I was appalled to find. If you find spots that don’t want to come off, you can take a cloth dipped in warm water and soap and wipe them down. And that is how to clean a lampshade in 5 seconds.
What are your favorite little cleaning hacks?
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