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one Stucco and multi-level ceilings

Beautiful stucco and two-level ceilings of complex shape can look very nice in the interior. But at the same time, they collect dust no less than a window sill or desktop. And this means that you need to clean it from them regularly: when you ventilate, fresh air blows off some of this dust and distributes it around the room.

With stucco or moldings, it’s a little easier — to clean them, a wet pipidastra on a long handle is enough. Cleaning the space between the first and second level of the ceiling is noticeably more difficult.

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2 Carpet with long pile

Carpets with long pile are pleasant to the touch and look very impressive. But at the same time, they require complex and painstaking care, both light and dark. About once a month you need to take a special cleaning agent, beat it into foam and spread it with a soft sponge, then you need to vacuum everything.

And if the carpet is made of natural skin or imitates long animal fur, care becomes even more difficult. After cleaning with a detergent, a long pile will have to be combed out with a special brush so that it does not fall into tangles.

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3 Complex arrangement on a coffee table

Any decorative composition on a coffee table, shelf or chest of drawers will have to be dusted at least once a week. For this reason, you should not assemble jewelry from a large number of small parts. Limit yourself to a couple of large and expressive items to speed up the cleaning.

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four Lots of house plants

Dust settles on house plants, which must be removed not only to keep the room clean. The fact is that it prevents sunlight from reaching the leaves and prevents normal photosynthesis. Also, dust clogs the stomata and makes it difficult for the plant to breathe. In addition, it may contain bacteria and mites that provoke various diseases.

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5 open library

A large number of books on open shelves looks very impressive and sets the atmosphere for the interior. But get ready for the fact that you will find difficult care for such a decor.

  • General cleaning should be carried out at least twice a year. Books are taken out, wiped with a dry cloth, and dirt on the shelves is removed with a damp sponge.
  • Once a week you need to brush off the dust with a soft bristled pipidastra.

It is important to avoid any dampness in the room: sooner or later, a fungus will start up in damp dust, which is harmful to breathe, and the books will be damaged. To reduce dust, place them on glazed shelves.

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6 Textured tiles, bricks and panels

Often, to make the interior more expressive, textured and rough surfaces are included in the wall decoration: a brick wall, three-dimensional tiles, wooden panels. They collect dust and dirt, which is not so easy to get rid of.

Brickwork, for example, will have to be washed with water and a stiff brush. It is necessary to do this quite often: at least once every couple of months. And the tile, especially if it is laid out next to the stove or bathroom, needs to be cleaned with gentle detergents, a sponge and a toothbrush to clean all the bumps.

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