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  • Brittany Stanford

    Clean Your Ceiling Fan Blades with a Pillowcase, spray the inside with dusting spray first! GENIUS!

  • Daphney Burkett-Price

    Clean your ceiling fan with a pillowcase! This is an awesome idea!

  • Hillary Hepburn

    Spring Cleaning...I just started my spring cleaning and found a great tip to for dust on ceiling fans...check out this pin if you have dust bunnies on your ceiling fans and need a quick and easy way to get them spotless. I tried it today and it works!

  • Janell Childers-Taylor

    Use a pillow case to clean ceiling fan blades - might keep the dust from falling down on the bed. You can just shake out the pillowcase outside.

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How to Clean Your Ceiling Fan... We love this trick for dusting off the blades of a grimy ceiling fan without getting a face full of dust. Simply slide each blade, one at a time, into a pillowcase and wipe off the blade with the inside of the pillowcase. All the dust, dirt, and debris will stay inside. Then simply shake out the case outside and throw it in the laundry bin.

Cleaning a ceiling fan with a pillowcase... so much better than having that crud fall all over the place!

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Cleaning bathroom exhaust fan: Use a blast of canned air to quickly clean dust from the wall and ceiling grilles of vent fans and heating/air conditioning systems.

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