How do you clean your dusty book..? ?
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If the dust has “settled” on the book, . . . the upholstery tool is just about your only option. ?
Paint brush it’s done in 3 ticks
Read it frequently!
Get you a dry rag and a water spritzer. Spritz the rag VERY lightly and go over it.
No, never use ANY liquid on paper. In fact, if the dust has settled and it likely has, or they would not need to ask, . . . what you suggest will be a disaster as the dampness will turn the settled dust into mud. ?
NOOOOO! No water! Use a vaccume!
That would stain the book if the dust is really bad. The water would mix with the dirt in the dust and make a muddy smear that will not be able to be removed. Dont do that please yikessss.
I have no problems with it. As to it’s barely damp.
Vaccume, small hose attachment.
Carefully. Ever so carefully
Sweep them all them mope them
Vacuum on a low setting with the brush attachment.
@Kim works really well. I shake it outside like a feather duster.
I put an old sock over my hand and wipe them down.
I do that exact same thing! I have so many separated socks (my boys laundry especially) & I’ll save them for dusting. Last night my eldest son came home w/ his laundry. I did it & was saddened by all the lone socks. He actually asked me what was wrong. I asked him to look under his bed for their mates and joked Mr. & Mrs. Sock r probably very sad they’re separated! He laughed, remembering I used to put them on my hands when he was a wee little one & did a puppet show! 😉
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