Dusting Should Be Illegal

Dear FlyLady,

I’m a fairly new FlyBaby. I ordered my feather duster a couple of weeks ago and just had to tell you that you’ve changed my attitude about dusting forever!

An old friend of mine and I had a saying, “Dusting should be illegal!” Neither of us liked the activity much. I always put it off until my house was thick with dust. Needless to say, when I did get around to dusting, it took forever and I’d end up sneezing and coughing afterwards. I’ve always used a rag and furniture polish, that’s how I learned to do it. After all, feather dusters just move the dust around, right?

Well, I thought I’d give your duster a try since my DH has some allergies and more frequent dusting really would be a blessing to him! I waited impatiently for my package to come (which it did very quickly) and opened it right when the mailman dropped it on the porch. It is so pretty and so luxurious! I couldn’t resist trying it out right away. I used it on my dresser which I had cleared off the last time we were in that zone. I hadn’t dusted it yet.

I have to confess I was saving the dust to give my new duster an acid test. I hadn’t dusted it in probably a year. I figured it was my dresser, I didn’t have to dust it if I didn’t want to. Well, the duster stood the test! My dresser looks great. And I had such fun that I went around the rest of the house too, in a surprisingly short amount of time! Then my 4 yr old DS had a turn. We had a ball!

So now I have to say, dusting should be illegal, it’s too much fun!

Thanks for the tool to make blessing my family fun.

FlyBaby in Staunton, VA

 

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