Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The war on dust



It is much better - We have this 12 ft ledge between our living room and kitchen - I haven't looked but I am sure there is dust there and that might be where it is coming from. The husband is going to have to bring in the ladder and vacuum. And he might as well do the china cabinet and the bookcase.

In my bedroom, I cleaned everything - except for under the bed. I would need a mask. Not that it is THAT bad, but I don't want to take any chances. My chest gets congested. So we have a date with the Kerby.

Now my little secret. Everyone tells me my house smells nice. What can I say? I sell Avon. I have samples and I spritz the pillows, and curtains, and the lamp shades. I turned on 2 of the air purifiers - the one with water -only I need to reorder some of the fragrance oils. NOTE: It does not smell like the cosmetic counter at Macys. THAT would give me a headache. It is a soft fragrance.

I hung the throw rugs outside - spritzed them a little too. Now the living room smells better. It might be just me and my imagination because no one else smells the dust. I have the doors and windows open and the ceiling fans on.

That should do it!


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    1. sorry a delayed gesundheit

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  2. I'm glad spritzing worked for you.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. spritzing is a good thing

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  3. Good thing you have your place cleaned up. Imagination or not, clean is always good.

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  4. My house smells like nothing! No candles (except unscented) or sprays. I don't know why.

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    1. it probably smells clean.

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