The Perfect Tools for Cleaning High Ceilings

by Ryan Rackley October 14, 2019

The Perfect Tools for Cleaning High Ceilings

A clean and well-maintained home or workplace provides long-term comfort and creates a safe, germ-free environment for its inhabitants. It becomes a challenge, however, when our space features high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and other hard-to-reach areas that tend to get overlooked, ignored, or simply not prioritized when we do general cleaning. 

It’s fortunate that there are companies such as the U.S. Duster Company, which is proactive when it comes to cleaning such challenging areas. They’ve come up with tools that can make dusting all areas of the house so quick and easy.

No ceilings too high with the Telescoping Extension Magnetic Duster Rod

The most effective way to clean high ceilings is with the use of the Telescoping Extension Magnetic Duster Rod and the accompanying Magnetic Duster. The rod is 12 feet in length but can extend up to 13 feet. If you add the rod’s extended length to your height and to your arm’s length, it can reach as high as a 20-foot cathedral or vaulted ceiling! 

It’s also a good idea to think of safety first before cleaning hard-to-reach areas. The Telescoping Extension Magnetic Duster Rod is long enough to reach the ceiling and other high areas without the use of ladders. That means no chance of a bad fall when your feet are firmly planted on the floor.

 

How the Magnetic Duster works

The Magnetic Duster that comes free with the Telescoping Extension Magnetic Rod is made with gentle, easily washable, 100% nylon fibers.

The static electricity produced by the material makes it efficient in attracting dust where ordinary dusters would disperse it into the air. In short, it ensures that no dust remains both on the surfaces or in the air.

To maintain it, simply shake it off outside of the house or inside a dustbin after collecting dust, or wash it under running water with mild dish soap then air-dry on top of a towel.

Clean high ceilings in one step

Simply attach the magnetic fiber to the rod and you can now easily remove dust, dirt, and cobwebs from high ceilings and other hard-to-reach places like the following:

  • Skylights
  • Curtain rods
  • Chandeliers
  • Ceiling fans
  • Shutters
  • Windows

Other great tips for cleaning high ceilings

  1. Make sure that the area where you are going to move around while cleaning is clear of any object that you could bump against.
  2. Cover items around the area with plastic to protect them from the dust that could fall while you clean.
  3. Remember to also clean the walls as they also accumulate grime and dust.



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