Cleaning and organisation guru reveals her top three dust busting tips

Cleaning and organisation guru reveals her top three dust busting tips

How to banish stubborn dust from your home FAST: Cleaning queen reveals her three simple tricks – and shares the ‘hidden’ spots people forget

  • A cleaning guru has shared her top three dust busting tips for a sparkling home
  • Chantel Mila, from Melbourne said to move rugs and couches before vacuuming
  • She vacuums under the couch and baseboards to rid the neglected areas of dust
  • The hack queen then vacuums throw cushions and washes the covers
  • She shared the recipe for her homemade dust repellent she sprays on surfaces

A cleaning and organisation queen has shared her three top tips for banishing dust around your home ahead of the Easter long weekend. 

Mum-of-two, Chantel Mila, who goes by Mama Mila online, said to vacuum behind the couch, under rugs, baseboards, and cushions and shared her homemade dust repellent recipe in a now-viral video to her popular Instagram page. 

The Melbourne ‘hack’ guru said the first of her three tips to keep a dust-free home was to regularly move and vacuum underneath rugs and couches.

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Cleaning guru, Chantel Mila, has shared her top tips for banishing dust in the home starting with regularly moving and vacuuming underneath rugs and couches, and over baseboards

She rolls up her living room rug and moves the couch away from the wall to vacuum those often neglected areas including the baseboards to get rid of hidden dust and allergens. 

Secondly, Chantel removes the covers from her throw pillows to clean them in the washing machine and vacuums the inside cushions to get rid of dust mites.  

Lastly, the handy mum shared her recipe for a homemade dust repellent mix she sprays on surfaces around her house. 


The hack queen then washes cushion covers, vacuums the coverless throw pillows and sprays her homemade dust repelling mix on all her surfaces

Chantel has developed a loyal following on social media for her home styling, organising and cleaning hacks

She mixes a cup of water, a quarter of a cup of white vinegar, one tablespoon of coconut oil and a few drops of lemon oil in a spray bottle and shakes to combine.  

The clip has been viewed more than 106,000 times on Instagram with one fan dubbing the hacks a ‘must try’ while another called Chantel a ‘dust buster’.  

Another commenter added their dust busting tip recommending people change their air-conditioning or furnace filters regularly. 

Chantel has developed a loyal following on social media for her home styling, organising and cleaning hacks.

Previously, the Melbourne mum went viral when she revealed how to deep clean a stovetop with a simple DIY scrub that removes grime and grease in seconds. 

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Previously, the Melbourne mum went viral when she revealed how to deep clean a stovetop with a simple DIY scrub that removes grime and grease in seconds 

She combined half a cup of baking soda with one tablespoon of dishwashing liquid and one tablespoon of water to create the miracle cleaning scrub.   

The mum then mixed the scrub together then applied it to her stovetop with a hand towel and made sure to evenly distribute it around the surface area.  

Chantel left the scrub to sit on the stainless steel surface for 30 minutes and then sprayed cleaning vinegar directly on top. 

How to make Mama Mila’s DIY stovetop cleaning scrub:

Ingredients: 

1/2 cup Baking soda 

1tbsp Water  

1tbsp Dishwashing liquid 

Cleaning vinegar 

Method:


Chantel left the scrub to sit on the stainless steel surface for 30 minutes and then sprayed cleaning vinegar directly on top then scrubbed and wiped the DIY paste off 

She scrubbed the DIY paste around the stove and removed any left over burnt food or grime with a Rubbermaid Power Scrubber.   

To finish she wiped the DIY scrub from the metal surface to reveal a clean and shiny stovetop. 

‘This mix is powerful at banishing tough grease on stovetops and burners,’ Chantel wrote in her recipe video.   

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