Do you avoid cleaning your ceiling fans because it just makes a huge mess? Here are a few suggestions to help you reduce the mess while cleaning your ceiling fans.

The first suggestion is to use a dry microfiber cloth to first wipe down the ceiling fans’ lightbulbs. Of course, first, make sure the lightbulbs are completely cool. Then remove any glass globes, if the fan has them, and wash them with warm soapy water.

The next suggestion is to clean your fan blades with a pillowcase. First, make sure your fan is off. Then lightly spray the inside of the pillowcase with either a solution of equal parts vinegar and water or spray the pillowcase with an all-purpose cleaner. Next, slip the pillowcase over a blade and pull the pillowcase back as you wipe. This will trap any dust and debris inside the pillowcase. Lastly, use a microfiber cloth to wipe away any leftover dust and debris.

The last suggestion is to try to clean your ceiling fan at least twice a year, like in the spring and fall to reduce the amount of buildup of dust. This will also help you to keep the mess down.

These are just a few suggestions to help you to make less of a mess and easier for you to clean your ceiling fans.

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